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The coldest place in our solar system isn't somewhere in the outer reaches of the Oort Cloud. It's a network of craters on the Moon.
If we're expecting tourists to visit the Moon, should we figure out how to protect Apollo landing sites from souvenir hunters and historical artifact collectors?
Current plans for our return to the Moon seem a little too vague to be successful.
NASA is trying to replay history at the cost of keeping its launch systems and exploration programs stagnant.
Celebrating Apollo 11's lunar landing isn't just celebrating an American triumph. It's celebrating how far humanity can go and how much it can do.
Astrologers are irate because, apparently, we didn't ask the Moon for its consent to be probed.
Gravity can be tricky when you don't seem to understand how it works...
The most dangerous thing about living on the Moon isn't the radiation. It's the sharp, electrostatic alien dust...
Technically, no one owns or can lay claim to the Moon. But if we start routinely staying on its surface, the law may need to change.
A Russian documentary alleges that Americans stopped going to the Moon because they uncovered something sinister just under its surface.