Science: Astronomy: Solar_System: Planets: Earth: Moon
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Atlas of the Moon
Interactive Moon atlas (hotspots) with links to 237 close-up images. [Also in German]
The Captive Moon
Offers overview article including exploration history and cultural history.
Dyson's Animated Moon
Interative moon map (Flash based) with brief information about various features.
Earth-Moon Dynamics Page
Extracts from five papers studying Earth-Moon dynamics relating to evolution and gravity topics.
Geologic Lunar Research Group
Resource for all lunar observers interested in geologic, dome and TLP research. Some content in Italian.
A photographic map of the equatorial region with pan and zoom capability, showing locations of the Apollo landings.
Interactive Map of the Moon
The visible and the hidden side. Includes games and basic information about the satellite and the lunar missions.
Keith's Moon Page
A collection of facts, phases, folklore and photographs.
An Introduction to Lunar Domes by Nigel Longshaw, an illustrated description of these features including characteristics and observation history.
Lunarsat Info Page
Multimedia presentation of the European space mission to investigate the south pole for its suitability for the first permanent human outpost.
The Moon Illusion Explained
Why our satellite looks big at the horizon and smaller when higher up.
The Moon Museum
A tour made on the 30th anniversary of the first lunar landing.
Some facts, quotations, trivia chosen at random.
Moon Stereogram Demonstration
Demonstration as to why the Moon appears larger when nearer the horizon than when high in the sky.
Facts, missions, phases, news, links. Also dedicated to the space in general and robotics.
NSSDC Photo Gallery: Moon
Select images from various space probes and telescopes.
The Origin of the Moon
Scientific research report providing overview of current theories.
SMART-1: ESA's Mission to the Moon
Official mission site includes articles, images, FLASH presentation, PDF brochures, etc.
Summer Moon Illusion
An explanation of the illusion that the Moon, low on the horizon, is actually bigger then when seen higher in the sky.
What's a Blue Moon?
From Sky and Telescope magazine. Explains what it is and when the phenomenon happens.
Woman in the Moon
Several features of lunar landscape combined can be seen as a profile of a woman.
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