Astronomy | Boulder | Of all the amazing pictures returned from the moon by the Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter – and I may include the Apollo landing sites among them – I think my favo.
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Astronomy | crater | Although it may seem rather obvious now, for a long time there was a debate over craters on the Moon. Were they from impacts, or big volcanoes?We now know that.
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Astronomy | crater | I am endlessly fascinated by the Moon. There may be an inherent bias there because it is, after all, the closest astronomical object in the sky. Still, it has a.
Astronomy | Moon | [I was going to wait to post this until next week, but with Neil Armstrong's death I've decided to put it up now. If he could risk his life open up the Moon as.
Cool stuff | craters | Because the planets are so terribly old, and impacts so rare, I still have this (very slight) prejudice that craters are old too. The Moon was bombarded billion.
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