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 MY SKY Images from Our Members

M42

M42 from my backyard in Tampa, Florida

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Radio Jove

20 MHz linear dipole wire antenna for Jupiter radio noise study - UCF, Orlando, FL

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Planet IX

Artist impression of the hypothetical ninth planet of the Solar system.

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MY STORY Stories From Our Members

Let Everyone Explore the Moon

by Nels Pearson

March 1, 2016 | 0 comments

http://wh.gov/ifzR4 is a petition to get NASA to develop a common technology resource to allow Moon rovers to be controlled through a web browser interface. Students and researchers could drive around the Moon conducting experiments and explore in general, all through their web browser. How cool would that be for a STEM program?

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Chang'e 3 Lander Allows Us to Look for More Moonrocks

by Ronald Kriesel

February 8, 2016 | 0 comments

I am excited to share my excitement that Emily went to much extra effort to gather the Chinese Lander and Rover images for everyone to learn that the moon is still there to explore. My first two 3-D images (cross-eye) are posted on my Facebook, https://www.facebook.com/ronald.kriesel.3 I have been constructing many 3-D images from space exploration image captures, especially from the Mars Rovers, Pluto, and one of Asteroid Vesta 3D image from spacecraft Dawn cameras.

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Coming Home

by Neale Cutler

January 11, 2016 | 0 comments

While still in Vietnam, at the end of my tour, my “stateside” home and my loved ones had become a faded dream. But then I was home again and putting the war behind me. I arrived home early in July of 1969, and soon after I watched as we landed on the moon. Vietnam was another world, bearing no resemblance to the Midwest of the United States. And so it seemed fitting that we were traveling to another world in actuality.

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