To the Moon!
NASA/Goddard Space Flight Center
September 18, 2018
The International Space Station, with a crew of six onboard, is seen in silhouette as it transits the Moon at roughly five miles per second.
International Space Station Lunar Transit
LRO science results and ways to get involved in NASA lunar science
LRO Science Results
What does the other side of the Moon look like, the side that can't be seen from the Earth? This video answers that question.
The Moon From the Other Side
Make your own International Observe the Moon Night flyer or poster
Make Your Own International Observe the Moon Night Event Flyer/Poster
This false-color photograph is a composite of 15 images of the Moon.
To celebrate the 50th anniversary of the landing of humans on the Moon, the Night Sky Network has new Moon handouts and activities.
Apollo at 50 Moon Toolkit and Resources from NASA's Night Sky Network
Now you can have all the dates and times for all the Moon phases for the year at your fingertips.
Make a Moon Phases Calendar and Calculator
Download this certificate and add your name to celebrate your participation in International Observe the Moon Night 2021!
2021 International Observe the Moon Night Certificate of Participation
This powerpoint was developed by LPI for use in teacher workshops, but may be modified for individual use.
Earth and Moon Statistics
LRO: Seeing the Moon Lithograph
LRO: Seeing the Moon Lithograph
Decorative poster celebrating International Observe the Moon Night, held annually in September or October.
Decorative Poster for International Observe the Moon Night
Customize with your event information!
Press Release Template - 2021
Color an outline of NASA's Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter spacecraft as it orbits the Moon.
LRO Coloring Page
Apollo 50th Anniversary: An Opportunity to Celebrate Past, Present, and Future Lunar Exploration
The 50th Anniversary of the Apollo Program: An Opportunity to Celebrate Past, Present, and Future Lunar Exploration
16 Octobre: La Nuit Internationale d'Observation de la Lune 2021
Réservez la Date
Set to Claude Debussy's Clair de Lune, this visualization uses Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter data to show the stark beauty of evolving light and shadow near sunrise and sunset on the rugged lunar su...
Moon viewing ideas for the whole family!
International Observe the Moon Night Guide
A mosaic of images from NASA's Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter centered on the Moon's Orientale basin.
16 Ottobre: La notte internazionale di osserviamo la luna 2021
Segnatevi la Data
Spend the next month getting to know the Moon. Set aside some time each day to look at the Moon. Record your observations in the log provided on the back of this page.
Moon Observation Journal
日 10月16 2021年国际赏月夜
A photographic record of the moment NASA's Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter was struck by a meteoroid.
A Jolt to the Camera
Greetings and art from observers around the world.
International Observe the Moon Night 2020 Thank You Video
Share this animated GIF to celebrate and promote International Observe the Moon Night!
Observe the Moon Around the World
Moonrise over the Syr Darya river.
Moonrise Over the Syr Darya River
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