How an Ancient Rock Carrying Earth’s Oldest Known Crystals Ended Up on the Moon
"Big Bertha," a lunar rock that was picked up by Apollo 14 astronauts, originated on Earth 4.1 billion years ago, according to a new study.
Asteroids Crash Into Earth Over Twice as Often as 290 Million Years Ago
Scientists find that a surge in Earth impacts began during the Permian period, possibly because of disruptions in the asteroid belt.
Corporations Are Ready to Build Moon Villages, Our Laws Are Not
Moon community concepts are being developed by federal space agencies and private spaceflight companies. What legal, economic, and social frameworks should apply to these communities?
Russia Will Help NASA Build an Orbital Moon Station
The Deep Space Gateway is scheduled to be built in the 2020s.
Follow the Lunar Brick Road
Watch Bricks Made of Moondust Being Forged in a Solar Furnace
The DLR German Aerospace Center is pioneering the art of lunar brick-making.
The Moon May Have Started as Dozens of ‘Moonlets'
Yet another reason to go back to the Moon.
Watch a Supermoon and a Hunter’s Moon Coincide on Sunday Night
When the Moon hits your eye like a big pizza pie, that’s a sign that it is reaching perigee.
Meet the Artist Shooting #NoFilter Photos by Moonlight
Tom Blachford shoots Palm Springs’ swank, midcentury mansions using only lunar illumination.
Marco Brambilla's Lunar Art Lands in Times Square
The artist launches a rocket to the moon every midnight Times Square.
There's Now a Reason to Go Fossil Hunting on the Moon
A new study shows that fossils kicked up by impacts on Earth could end up on the Moon.
Chair Rockets and Demon Ladders: How Our Ancestors Imagined Going to the Moon
Over the centuries and across cultures, numerous ideas about how to get to our satellite have been bandied about, and they truly expose the depth of humanity's harebrained imagination.
NASA Wants the Private Sector to Make Lunar Landers
The Lunar CATALYST program is only the latest call for corporate help in space.