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Explore the moon's surface with this map: a mosaic of landing site images and a tour of the Apollo moon landings.
Multimedia guide to the moon including a phase calculator which lets you see what the moon will look like at any time of year. Visually attractive site
Does exactly what the title suggests provides an image of the moon as it would appear on your chosen date (1800-2199 AD). The depiction of lunar surface features suffers geometric distortion but the ...
Find out how the rate of rotation of the Earth and Moon cause an effect where is seems the Moon doesn't spin.
Q & A site. Explains visibility of Moon (and Venus) in daytime sky.
Count craters and help explore the moon in this great citizen science project.
A useful page from NASA all about the moon, its origin, movements, craters, interior and more.
A very good fact file on the moon covering lots of different aspects and finishing with a short quiz.
A page about lunar exploration and the Apollo moon landings.
A simple description of why the moon is visible during the day.
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