Be a part of Lunar Science Institute history! People from around the world are participating in the NLSI moon mosaic project. The NLSI is creating a moon mosaic from lunar science community photos. Send us your picture and we will include you in the final product.

To facilitate image processing, portrait photos should be only of your head and shoulders taken on a solid background. Please upload your photo here.

The final mosaic will be printed as a mural to be hung in NLSI Central and will also be made available online. Also, while the collected photos will create an image of the moon, there is still time to weigh in on what the final lunar image should be. Near side? Far side? The poles? You tell us! Below you can vote on your favorite final image.

For those of you who have already participated in this project, thank you! We are accepting additional images for two more weeks and then we expect final image processing to take another two weeks. Please check back with us in a months time for a project update.


Moon Image 1– Near side


Moon Image 2– Near side


Moon Image 3– Far side


Moon Image 4– North pole


Moon Image 5– That’s not a moon!

Which Moon Image?
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Posted by: Soderman/NLSI staff
Source: NLSI

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