Imagine yourself in orbit, your spacecraft flying backward with its small window facing down toward the surface of the moon. You peer out, scouring the ash-colored contours of the cratered landscape for traces of ancient volcanic activity. Around you, the silent, velvety blackness of space stretches out in every direction.
- NASA's Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter brings 'earthrise' to everyoneSat, 21 Apr 2012, 15:32:05 EDT
- NASA spacecraft reveals recent geological activity on the moonTue, 21 Feb 2012, 17:35:07 EST
- Researchers estimate ice content of crater at moon's south poleThu, 21 Jun 2012, 9:34:30 EDT
- NASA Goddard shoots the moon to track lunar spacecraftThu, 24 Sep 2009, 11:58:11 EDT
- LRO's first moon imagesThu, 2 Jul 2009, 15:14:52 EDT