Bill Dunford • October 10, 2016
More than seven years after the end of its mission, JAXA has released the entire data set from Kaguya's HDTV cameras.
Emily Lakdawalla • April 28, 2016
Serbian artist Ivica Stošić used Clementine and Kaguya data to give a glimpse of the phases of the lunar farside.
Deepak Dhingra • October 21, 2015
Deepak Dhingra reports on a planetary analog field trip exploring a very young volcanic terrain in Idaho at Craters of the Moon National Monument and Preserve.
Bill Dunford • January 13, 2014
When sent from deep space, even imperfect images can inform and amaze.
Bill Dunford • September 25, 2013
The final moments of a lunar orbiter, as told in a song composed by the moon itself.
Emily Lakdawalla • March 08, 2010
A week later and I am finally getting to the mountains of notes I took on Moon-related talks I saw at the Lunar and Planetary Science Conference (LPSC) held in Houston last week.
Emily Lakdawalla • December 14, 2009
The Moon is the most familiar of the objects in the heavens.
Emily Lakdawalla • November 03, 2009
Yesterday, the Japanese space agency announced the public release of the data from the primary mission of the Kaguya (a.k.a. SELENE) lunar orbiter.
Emily Lakdawalla • October 20, 2009
This just in: researchers on JAXA's Kaguya lunar orbiter have discovered an open pit on the Moon that is likely a window onto a sublunar world -- a skylight into a subsurface cavern.
Emily Lakdawalla • October 09, 2009
I'm back online and ready to watch LCROSS smash into the Moon this morning!
Emily Lakdawalla • May 12, 2008
It's time to check in on what's going on with our trusty robots around the solar system.
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