Thursday, March 13, 2008

'Shooting the Moon'
Today's Daylight Lunar Marvel

BBC News
Japan marvels at its Moon movies
BBC News, UK - Mar 12, 2008
By Paul Rincon Stunning high-definition movies of the Moon's surface have been sent back by a Japanese space probe. Selene, or Kaguya, arrived at the Moon ...
NASA's Chariot: Not Your Father's Lunar Rover - 19 hours ago
By Bill Christensen The NASA Chariot is a lunar truck prototype created to service the future US lunar outpost. Developed by the Exploration Technology ...
NASA research center unveils part for manned lunar rocket
WDTN, OH - 18 minutes ago
... feet wide by 45 feet tall, making up a little more than an eighth of the rocket's total height. NASA is looking at a possible manned lunar mission in 2015.
China to use jumbo rocket for delivery of lunar rover, space station
Xinhua, China - Mar 10, 2008
"With a maximum payload capacity up to 25 tons, the jumbo rocket is expected to be able to send lunar rovers, large satellites and space stations into space ...
Lunar telescope will study the dark ages of the Universe, FL - Mar 12, 2008
Known as the Dark Ages Lunar Interferometer (DALI), this NRL-led concept is part of the Decadal Survey, an effort undertaken every 10 years by astronomers ...
New lunar south polar maps from SMART-1
European Space Agency, France - Mar 11, 2008
Newly-released images of the lunar south-polar region obtained by ESA’s SMART-1 are proving to be wonderful tools to zero-in on suitable study sites for ...

Cell Service On the Moon From NASA
High Tech Lounge, NY - 5 hours ago
That just might be the crazy proposition that NASA has in the works, because the space-loving organization is preparing a cellular network on the moon. ...
NASA awards external tank contract modification. ThomasNet Industrial News Room (press release)
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Shooting the moon
Charleston City Paper, SC - 28 minutes ago
... cul-de-sac is not exactly a “howdy neighbor” kind of place, so I was not surprised that everyone basically stayed by their doors and stared at the moon. ...


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