Moon Myths Busted

Today’s instalment on the countdown to #observethemoon. MythDifferent countries see different phases of the Moon on the same day. FactEveryone sees the same phases of the Moon, but we who…

Continue Reading Moon Myths Busted

On the way to #observethemoon I will be publishing different facts about our nearest neighbour! Here is today’s instalment. The 7 km wide base and 2.3 km tall South Massif…

Continue Reading

Today’s Moon Fact

On the way to #observethemoon I will be publishing different facts about our nearest neighbour! The Zeeman mountain in the Zeeman crater, as captured from orbit by NASA’s Lunar Reconnaissance…

Continue Reading Today’s Moon Fact

Water on the Moon

Throughout September as we approach International Observe the Moon Day, I will do a series of posts about our nearest celestial neighbour. The Moon has inspired and intrigued humans since…

Continue Reading Water on the Moon

Planets and the Moon in September

We have four planets, Jupiter, Saturn, Mars, and Venus, at their near best in September! Jupiter is brilliant in the southern sky after sunset. Saturn is just to the left…

Continue Reading Planets and the Moon in September