Moon

America Is Headed Back To Space. This Time We'll Stay There.

If the predictions of the starry-eyed futurists of the 1960s had been right, humanity would already be a multiplanetary civilization. They expected colonies on the moon and Mars by the early 21st century, if not sooner. That obviously hasn't...
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This Is The Last Man Who Walked On The Moon

Only 12 people have left footprints on the lunar surface. The last person to walk on the moon did so in 1972.
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Esa Offers Details On Plans For Exploring Lunar Caves

Back in 2019, the European Space Agency (ESA) asked for ideas for detecting, mapping, and exploring lunar caves. The ESA selected five of those ideas to be studied in more detail, with each addressing a different phase of a potential mission to the...
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Hackaday Links: February 28, 2021

In an announcement that came as a surprise to few, NASA now says that landing humans on the Moon by 2024 is no longer likely. Acting administrator Steve Jurczyk lays the blame at the feet of Congress, for failing to provide the funds needed for...
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Nasa's Perseverance Has A Little 'family Portrait' Easter Egg

In 1972, astronaut Charles Duke left a family portrait on the moon. Now, almost 50 years later, another NASA employee keeps its own family close. The Perseverance rover made its monumental landing on Mars on Feb. 18 and it has already sent thousands...
Related topics: NASA, Mars Rover Curiosity, Space, Astronaut, Mars

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Full Moon At Dawn.

 This morning at 6:42.The sun looked like this: Talk about anything you want in the comments.
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Artemis: How Ever Changing Us Space Policy May Push Back The Next Moon Landing

If the current Artemis 3 schedule holds, then 52 years will have passed between Cernan and Schmitt departing the lunar surface in Challenger and the next human visitors to the Moon, in 2024.
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Foxing Teasing Something Called ‘draw Down The Moon’

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China Raises Red Lanterns To Celebrate First Full Moon Of Lunar Year

The Lantern Festival is celebrated on the 15th day of the first month in the lunisolar calendar and traditionally marks the end of the Chinese New Year celebrations.
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Esa Mulls Sending Waves Of Robot Explorers Into Dark Depths Of Lunar Lava Tubes

Lidar-equipped spherical probes or solar panel-powered cranes, perhaps? The European Space Agency is investigating sending an army of autonomous rovers into underground caves and lava tubes on the Moon.…
Related topics: European Space Agency, Robots, Lava, Space

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Sub-diffraction Optical Writing Enables Data Storage At The Nanoscale

The total amount of data generated worldwide is expected to reach 175 zettabytes (1 ZB equals 1 billion terabytes) by 2025. If 175 ZB were stored on Blu-ray disks, the stack would be 23 times the distance to the moon. There is an urgent need to...
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These Are The 12 People Who Walked On The Moon

NASA currently has a rover on Mars. Though this is not the first soft landing on the red planet, it’s the first time in human history we can watch the moment a rover set its wheels down on...
Related topics: Space, NASA, Mars Rover Curiosity, Mars

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Apollo Rock Samples Capture Key Moments In The Moon's Early History

Volcanic rock samples collected during NASA's Apollo missions bear the isotopic signature of key events in the early evolution of the Moon, a new analysis found. Those events include the formation of the Moon's iron core, as well as the...
Related topics: Space, Volcanoes, NASA

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The New Chair Of The House Space Committee Isn’t Sure About Moon 2024

As the new US administration weighs its extraterrestrial options, a key figure will be Rep. Don Beyer, the Virginia Democrat who will chair the space policy subcommittee in the US House of Representatives. Beyer, the only certified mechanic in...
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Death Star Inspired 3d Printed Planters: That’s No Moon

3D printed to resemble the Death Star II still under construction, Etsy shop StoryBrookBoutique is selling these Star Wars-inspired plastic planters. Available in 5 and 6-inch varieties ($16 and $24, respectively), one of these is going to look...
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This Cute Little Moon Lamp Makes A Fun, Celestial Gift

TL;DR: Light up a loved one's room with the "Love You To The Moon And Back" Original Moon Lamp, on sale for 13% off — just $39 — as of Feb. 25. If you’re looking for a great gift for someone special, the moon is a great choice. We...
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Mars' 2 Weird Moons Began As 1 Large Moon, Study Suggests

Mars may have had a single moon before something smashed into it, tearing it asunder into the two moons we see today. In a study published Monday in Nature, scientists explained how they used the orbital patterns of Phobos and Deimos along with...
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Nasa Delays Critical Do-over Of Sls Artemis Moon Rocket Hot-fire Test - Cnet

NASA needs to fire up its massive rocket again after its first "Green Run" test stopped early, but a new technical problem has cropped up.
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Martian Moons Have A Common Ancestor

Mars's two moons, Phobos and Deimos, have puzzled researchers since their discovery in 1877. They are very small: Phobos's diameter of 22 kilometers is 160 times smaller than that of our moon, and Deimos is even smaller, with a diameter of only 12...
Related topics: Mars, Space, Scientific Discoveries

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Once In A Blue Moon: Facebook Is Actually Right About Something

There are few things the Macalope hates more than Facebook.Hoof in mouth disease. Showing up to a technology mascots reunion and finding Clippy is already drunk. Just Clippy in general. But high on that list is Facebook.At least partly because...
Related topics: Space, Facebook, Social Media

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