PBS NewsHour spoke to four researchers about what the U.S. stands to gain and lose from future crewed voyages to the moon.
By Nsikan Akpan
Buzz Aldrin and Neil Armstrong understood that even as Americans raced the Soviets to the Moon, success would be shared by all.
By Michelle L.D. Hanlon, The Conversation
Here are some of the most common myths about the Apollo landing footage – and why they don’t hold up.
By Howard Berry, The Conversation
The Trump administration wants NASA to get back to the moon by 2024, using any means necessary. But will the money and the commitment be there to support the effort? Science correspondent Miles O’Brien talks to NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine…
By Miles O'Brien
By Vicky Stein
The eclipse began Sunday night, Jan. 20. You don't need to call it a ‘super blood wolf moon.'…
China has become the first country to land a probe on the far side of the moon, in territory previously untouched. The move signals China’s intent to broaden space exploration for purposes of both military achievement and scientific discovery. Miles…
By Nola Taylor Redd, Scientific American
Traces of the Apollo astronauts’ presence lingered long after they left.
By Daniel Brown, The Conversation
On Friday, millions of have the opportunity to see a lunar eclipse – an event popularly known in the media as a “blood moon” – on Friday…
By Frans von der Dunk, The Conversation
Since the beginning of the space race, the United States knew that for many people around the world the sight of a U.S. flag on the Moon would raise major political issues.
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