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NASA Opens Previously Unopened Apollo Sample Ahead of Artemis Missions
The discovery of ice deposits in craters scattered across the Moon’s south pole has helped to renew interest in exploring the lunar surface, but no one is sure exactly when or how that ice got there. A new study suggests that while a majority of those deposits are likely billions of years old, some may be more recent.
New Research Sheds Light on the Ages of Lunar Ice Deposits
50 years ago, Apollo 12 launched to the Moon!
50 Years Ago: Return to the Moon
Two craters on the Moon have been named to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 8 mission. The names are Anders’ Earthrise and 8 Homeward.
Lunar Craters Named in Honor of Apollo 8
As NASA looks forward to putting the first woman and next man on the Moon by 2024, a public engagement program designed to increase awareness of lunar science and exploration celebrates its 10th year on Oct. 5.
International Observe the Moon Night Celebrates 10 Years of Lunar Engagement
During a spacewalk outside the International Space Station on Aug. 22, astronaut Nick Hague debuted the Artemis program identity in space.
Artemis Program Identity Makes Its Debut in Space
Artemis, named after the twin sister of Apollo who is also the Goddess of the Moon and the hunt, encompasses all of our efforts to return humans to the Moon – which will prepare us and propel us on to Mars.
Earth Blue, Rocket Red and Lunar Silver: A New Identity for Artemis Program to the Moon
In commemoration of NASA’s 50th anniversary of the lunar landing and in celebration of September’s National Literacy Month, McDonald’s and Peanuts partnered to create space-themed toys and STEM-focused books.
Peanuts Toys and Books Commemorate 50th Anniversary of Apollo
To safely navigate the heliosphere, NASA scientists and missions have been mapping the region for decades. Recent results are helping us engineer a safe path for future space explorers abroad.
Charting a Course for Astronaut Safety as NASA Launches to the Moon and to Mars
The movie First Man tells the story of Neil Armstrong and the Apollo 11 moon landing, one of NASA’s most notable figures and one of the agency’s crowning achievements, is the foundation of NASA’s legacy of achievements in exploration and discovery.
NASA Helps Bring Story of Historic Moon Landing, Neil Armstrong to Younger Generations
To train future explorers to support NASA’s mission to return to the Moon’s surface, scientists use similar environments found on the Earth.
Preparing Future Explorers for a Return to the Moon
In the darkest and coldest parts of its polar regions, a team of scientists has directly observed definitive evidence of water ice on the Moon’s surface.
Ice Confirmed at the Moon’s Poles
NASA recently submitted to Congress a plan to revitalize and add direction to NASA’s enduring purpose.
NASA Unveils Sustainable Campaign to Return to Moon, on to Mars
In the fall of 2011, the Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter (LRO) mission released its original Tour of the Moon, a five-minute animation that takes the viewer on a virtual tour of our nearest neighbor in space. Six years later, the tour has been recreated in eye-popping 4K resolution.
Tour of the Moon 4K
As NASA shifts human exploration back to the Moon, U.S. commercial partnerships will be a key to expediting missions and building a sustainable presence on the lunar surface.
Commercial Partners Key to Sustainable Moon Presence
During a lunar eclipse, Earth comes between the Sun and the Moon, blocking the sunlight falling on the Moon.
NASA's Exploration Campaign is a national and agency effort focused on three core domains: low Earth orbit; lunar orbit and surface; and Mars and other deep space objectives.
NASA's Exploration Campaign: Back to the Moon and on to Mars
The crew of the International Space Station snapped this image of the full Moon on April 30, 2018, as the station orbited off the coast of Newfoundland, Canada.
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NASA is focused on an ambitious plan to advance the nation’s space program by increasing science activities near and on the Moon and ultimately returning humans to the surface.
NASA Outlines New Lunar Science, Human Exploration Missions