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A simple explanation, accompanied by a clear diagram, of why the eclipsed moon appears red.
Relive the first moon landing from NASA's point of view including images and recordings of what people were saying.
It's all to do with the force of gravity between the Earth and the Moon.
An interesting piece explaining how the moon's motion, tides and the earth's rotation are linked.
This simple animation show what happens during a lunar eclipse as the moon passes through the shadow of the Earth.
Existing faults affect how craters appear on the moon
A brief examination whether it would be possible to knock the Moon out of its orbit.
An interactive site where images of the Earth or the Moon can be viewed from positions in space. An extremely useful tool to see day/night divisions on Earth.
The moon affect the Earth in many ways including the tides but also pulling on land. Where on the Earth this happens is also not as straightforward as you might think.
Animations to show phases of the moon as viewed from earth and above
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