Tag Archives: Apollo

New Group paper – The Moon: An Archive of Small Body Migration in the Solar System

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The Moon’s surface is absolutely covered in impact craters. These range in size from the behemoth South Pole-Aitken basin, which is a staggeringly ~2500 km in diameter and 13 km deep, all the way down to microscopic impact craters on … Continue reading

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Summer Events

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Summer 2016  – Euros in France, Olympics in Brazil, ice cream, BBQs and sunscreen. Here at Earth  and Solar System HQ summer 2016 also means some big events for us to look forward to.   Bluedot Festival One of our … Continue reading

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How are Apollo samples looked after? No problems here Houston!

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Group members John Pernet-Fisher and Katherine Joy recently visited the Johnson Space Centre in Houston, Texas to attend the New Views of the Moon 2 symposium, and to undertake some preliminary Apollo science planning work.  The location of NASA’s mission … Continue reading

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Johnson Space Center and Space Center Houston

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Hello! Over the last month or so I and a few of the other interns have been able to experience some of the big attraction around Houston. Now by big attractions I am speaking mainly about NASA’s amazing Johnson Space … Continue reading

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outReaching the new generation of planetary scientists

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Hello readers!! This past month Sarah, Mark and myself have had the pleasure of being involved in two secondary school visits to SEAES, both year 8 classes. Now I say pleasure but being both mine and Marks first school visits, … Continue reading

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Did we really land on the Moon? What the rocks tell us…

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This has been a controversial topic ever since Neil Armstrong took those famous first steps on the Moon back in 1969. Now rather than discuss the conspiracy and ‘hoax’ theories that are always put out there I figured I’d go … Continue reading

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Staying Curious – Cool things to find?

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Hello Readers! I recently stumbled across a video on Youtube (see it here), you might have seen the post about it on the Facebook group or the Twitter feed. While the video is about the Curiosity rover, it got me thinking … Continue reading

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Never stop Exploring – Why do we study the Moon?

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First off I’ll let you into a secret, my names Natalie and I’m a lunar geologist. You guessed it, I study moon rocks, and by rocks I mean small samples of grains and ‘dust’, but awesome nevertheless. My job here … Continue reading

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Become a citizen scientist on the Moon

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Ever wanted to be a scientist and make an exciting new discovery? Want to be part of a community helping to analyse never before seen images of the cosmos or the Moon or the sea floor? Next time you want … Continue reading

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