Here are all SSERVI Articles
  • Funding Opportunity Cooperative Agreement Notice (CAN) NNH18ZDA018C
  • The Moon Is Electric—Especially When It’s Full
  • Preparing to Explore Extreme Lunar Environments
  • DRAFT Lunar Surface Instrument and Technology Payloads Call for Community Comment
  • SwRI Scientists Find Evidence for Early Planetary Shake-Up
  • Dr. Erik Hauri (1966-2018)
  • The Origin and Evolution of the Moon – Academic Graduate-level Course
  • Dr. Paul Spudis (1952-2018)
  • Video: This Week @NASA
  • Join NASA’s L’SPACE Virtual Academy
  • NASA Announces New Partnerships to Develop Space Exploration Technologies
  • Ryugu at an Altitude of 1 km
  • NASA Assigns Crews to First Test Flights, Missions on Commercial Spacecraft
  • Grain From Japan’s Hayabusa Spacecraft
  • 2018 SSERVI NESF Student Poster Award Winners
  • Longest Total Lunar Eclipse of 21st Century Has Begun
  • Video: Are Moon Settlements Feasible?
  • Seeking Our Cosmic Origins on the Far Side of the Moon
  • Video: NESF Award Winner Talks
  • Hayabusa2 Rendezvous with Ryugu
  • NASA Exploration Science Forum
  • Video: NASA Administrator Statement on Space Policy Directive-3
  • SSERVI Year 4 Annual Report
  • Lunar Magma Ocean Video
  • Steve Clarke Named Science Deputy Associate Administrator for Exploration
  • Draft Cooperative Agreement Notice for SSERVI Released
  • Request For Information: Potential Lunar Payloads
  • Special Issue of Planetary and Space Science
  • Kilauea Volcano’s Lava Fields Offer Scientists a Portal to Mars
  • Transformative Lunar Science Talks
  • Family Release Regarding the Passing of Apollo Astronaut Alan Bean
  • Apollo Next Generation Sample Analysis Program
  • Faith Vilas Receives Harold Masursky Award for Meritorious Service to Planetary Science
  • Wisconsin High School Team Earns Top Spot in Solar System Research Competition
  • Back to the Moon the Sustainable Way
  • Breathing Lunar Dust Could Pose Health Risk to Future Astronauts
  • SSERVI Announces 2018 Award Winners
  • SSERVI PI Awarded W.W. Hutchison Medal
  • Lunar Swirl Features Reproduced by Modeling Solar Wind Standoff
  • SwRI’S Martian Moons Model Indicates Formation Following Large Impact
  • Center for Lunar Science and Exploration Announces 2018 Intern Class
  • Student Field Camp Opportunity
  • Video: Dust Charging and Mobilization
  • CLSE High School Research Team Wins First Place
  • Moon’s Violent Birth Offers Clues to Life in Other Solar Systems
  • Homemade “Spatter Blobs” Can Reveal Volcanic Secrets
  • IAU Names Lunar Crater After B. Ray Hawke
  • Video: 49th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference
  • Stephen Hawking: Visionary physicist dies aged 76
  • Updated Global Exploration Roadmap v3 Released
  • NASA Outlines New Lunar Science, Human Exploration Missions
  • Transformative Lunar Science
  • NASA to Host National Space Council Meeting at Kennedy Space Center
  • Bashing holes in the tale of Earth’s troubled youth
  • Students in Focus: How to Control Lunar Robots from Space
  • Catalyst: Radiation Effects on Volatiles and Exploration of Asteroids and the Lunar Surface
  • Lunar Crater Named After Former NASA Chief Exploration Scientist
  • Video: Jim Green and Greg Schmidt talk about going back to the Moon
  • Public Talk on “Cosmic Gold: Neutron Star Mergers, Gravitational Waves, and the Origin of the Heavy Elements”
  • NASA Remembers Agency’s Most Experienced Astronaut
  • Nominations Process Opens for National Space Council Users’ Advisory Group
  • SSERVI Director Yvonne Pendleton Receives Presidential Rank Award
  • Video: Exploring a Crater
  • President Signs Space Policy Directive 1
  • Designing Future Human Space Exploration on Hawaii’s Lava Fields
  • NextSTEP-2 ISRU Technology BAA
  • Massive Collisions Delivered Metal to Early Earth
  • Exploration Science Summer Intern Program
  • Learning That’s Out of This World
  • Engineering a Detector for Airborne Contaminants
  • The Changing Colors of our Living Planet
  • NASA Pays Tribute to Early Space Pioneer Richard Gordon
  • Apollo 17: Diary of the Twelfth Man
  • Video: How NASA Plans to Get Humans Back to the Moon
  • Global Exploration Roadmap V3.0 Workshop
  • Lunar Science for Landed Missions Workshop
  • Public Talk on “Searching for Earth 2.0 Among the Stars” at Foothill College Nov. 8th
  • Solar Eruptions Could Electrify Martian Moons
  • “America Will Return to the Moon—and Go Beyond”
  • New NASA Study Shows Moon Once Had an Atmosphere
  • Chicxulub and the Exploration of Large Peak-Ring Impact Craters through Scientific Drilling
  • Public Talk on “Life Beyond Earth” at Foothill College Oct. 11
  • ESA Hopes to Create Water and Oxygen on the Moon
  • Large Impacts Could Have Triggered Global Tectonics on Early Earth
  • Western Rocks the Crater in Unique Sudbury Field Course
  • Silicon Valley Solar System Showcase
  • Larry Taylor 1938-2017
  • NASA’s Cassini Spacecraft: A Journey’s End
  • NASA Selects CubeSat, SmallSat Mission Concept Studies
  • PhD Opportunities in Planetary Science at Curtin University
  • Video: Sun’s Flash Spectrum at Eclipse
  • The Great American Eclipse of 2017
  • Eclipse for Everyone: NASA Develops Solar Eclipse Braille Book
  • 2017 SSERVI NESF Student Poster Award Winners
  • The Dark Side of the Crater: How Light Looks Different on the Moon
  • Dust Accelerator Workshop at the Division for Planetary Sciences Meeting
  • 2017 LunGradCon
  • 2017 NASA Exploration Science Forum
  • SSERVI 2016 Annual Report
  • Reporting RIS4E: Journalism Students Report on NASA Research
  • Signs of Water in a Moon Rock
  • Why Planetary Scientists Want Better Fake Space Dirt
  • Simone Marchi Awarded 2017 Paolo Farinella Prize
  • NASA Celebrates International Asteroid Day with Special Broadcast
  • Laboratory Experiments Investigate Water Ice in Lunar Soil
  • NASA, Italy to Collaborate on Planetary Science and Space Exploration
  • Video: To The Moon And Beyond– Small Satellites Headed For Deep Space
  • The new Moon
  • SSERVI 2017 Solar Eclipse Viewers Guide
  • SSERVI Announces 2017 Award Winners
  • Solar Wind Interactions with Weakly Outgassing Comet
  • The Sky Event of the Decade: The August 21 ‘All-American’ Eclipse of the Sun
  • Lunar Lava Tubes Could Offer Future Moon Explorers a Safe Haven
  • Video: Space Walk at Craters of the Moon
  • Fireball That Killed the Dinosaurs Could Help Us Find Life on Other Planets
  • New Views of the Moon 2
  • Braille Guide Gives Users a Feel for 2017 Solar Eclipse
  • NASA Selects ‘ShadowCam’ to Fly on Korea Pathfinder Lunar Orbiter
  • Curtin geology student shoots for the stars with NASA
  • Researchers Discover Lull in Mars’ Giant Impact History
  • Earth Day Origins Traced to the Moon
  • Earth-Sized ‘Tatooine’ Planets Could Be Habitable
  • NASA Missions Provide New Insights into ‘Ocean Worlds’ in Our Solar System
  • Filling in the Missing History of the Universe
  • An All-Nighter with Planet Jupiter
  • NASA’s Cassini Mission Prepares for ‘Grand Finale’ at Saturn
  • Video: a Fictive Flight Above Real Mars
  • Journey Through the Universe 2017
  • Building a Dream Team for Exploring the Solar System
  • Planetary Science Vision 2050
  • 2017 Sudbury Field Camp
  • NASA Selects New Research Teams to Further Solar System Exploration
  • NASA’s Kepler Provides Another Peek At Ultra-cool Neighbor
  • NASA Exploration Science Forum 2017
  • New Research ‘Rocks’ Long-held Geological Theory
  • Application Open for the 2017-18 ExMASS Program
  • PSS Special Issue Invitation: DAP-2017
  • Enceladus: Cassini Cracks the Case of the Icy Moon
  • SwRI Scientist Studies Geology of Ceres to Understand Origin of Organics
  • 2017 Solar Eclipse Observing Guide
  • NASA’s Curiosity Rover Sharpens Paradox of Ancient Mars
  • Shock Workshop 2017
  • Space Weathering on Airless Bodies
  • Connecting the Next Generation of Science Journalists with Scientists in Action
  • The Monster Black Hole at the Center of the Milky Way
  • Goodbye from Charlie and Dava
  • CLASS Student Exchange Program 2017
  • Gene Cernan 1934-2017
  • Lunar Sonic Booms
  • Early formation of the Moon
  • NASA Study Finds Solar Storms Could Spark Soils at Moon’s Poles
  • NASA Selects Two Missions to Explore the Early Solar System
  • Apollo 17 Anniversary
  • NASA Remembers American Legend John Glenn
  • ISECG Brochure Published – Scientific Opportunities of Exploration Beyond LEO
  • Volume 2 of LRO Special Issue Now Available
  • Curtin Fireball Chasers Recover Fresh Meteorite
  • Moon Missions Offer: “2 for the Price of 1″
  • Microsymposium 58
  • NASA Field Test Focuses on Science of Lava Terrains, like Early Mars
  • SSERVI Scientist Elected to Russian Academy of Sciences
  • “The Future of Planetary Surface Exploration” Discussed at Library of Congress Lecture
  • Orion Crew Module Underway Recovery Testing
  • 2016 B. Ray Hawke Award
  • NASA Moon Mission Shares Insights into Giant Impacts
  • Video: The Desert Fireball Network
  • The Dusty Environment of Near Earth Asteroids
  • Asteroids Up Close
  • Scientists Use the Moon to Study a Dinosaur Killer
  • Video: NASA BASALT Field Deployment
  • Spacetime Symphony: Gravitational Waves from Merging Black Holes
  • Planetary and Space Science Special Issue on LRO
  • Moon Trek Beta released
  • Ewen A. Whitaker, 1922–2016
  • HERA XI: 30 Days in “Space”
  • Exploration Mission 2 (EM-2) Co-manifested Payload (CPL) Request for Information (RFI)
  • Mission Complete: Rosetta’s Journey Ends
  • NASA’s Hubble Spots Possible Water Plumes Erupting on Jupiter’s Moon Europa
  • Students Hone Exploration Skills at Meteor Crater Field Camp
  • Kaguya Movies Now Online
  • LOIRP Gallery Opening
  • Moon’s Formation Linked to High-Energy Impact
  • Liftoff! OSIRIS-REx Heading for Bennu
  • Dust, Atmosphere and Plasma environment of the Moon and Small Bodies (DAP-2017)
  • Public Talk on the Science of Star Wars at Foothill College Oct. 12
  • SALMON-2 Opportunity for Korea Pathfinder Lunar Orbiter (KPLO) Instruments
  • Center for Planetary Exploration (CPEx) Opens at Stony Brook University
  • You Are Here: A Primer Story
  • 2016 NASA Ames H Julian Allen Award
  • Aurora and Manicouagan Crater
  • Cosmic Mind
  • SSERVI CAN-2 Released
  • TangoLab-1 Installed on ISS
  • Space Festival at ISS Museum
  • Drs. Pieters, Bottke Named Fellows of the Meteoritical Society
  • Best Student Poster Award for Planetary Science
  • The Apollo Virtual Microscope
  • NASA Rover Game Released for Curiosity’s Anniversary
  • Seeking Advisors for ExMASS Program
  • SSERVI ESF 2016: Year in Review
  • SSERVI Australian team 2016 Eureka Prize Finalist
  • ESF 2016 Student Poster Award Winners
  • ESF 2016 Recordings Archived
  • Upper Darby Students to Present at NASA Forum
  • 3rd International Conference on the Exploration of Phobos and Deimos
  • Video: This Week @NASA – July 15, 2016
  • Juno at Jupiter!
  • Electrostatic Dust Transport Reshapes Surfaces of Airless Planetary Bodies
  • Jupiter: Into the Unknown
  • Rock and Roll at the Apollo 17 Site
  • AGU Session on Planetary Ices
  • Scientists find possible solution to “faint young Sun paradox”
  • Mars Explorers Wanted Posters
  • Community Day on June 16 to Highlight NASA/ISU Research at Craters of the Moon
  • Dyar wins 2016 GSA Gilbert Award
  • New Evidence About Origins of Water on the Moon
  • Scientists Identify Source of the Moon’s Water
  • NASA, France to Collaborate on Planetary Science and Space Exploration
  • NASA Program Announces Participating High Schools
  • SSERVI Announces 2016 Award Winners
  • New Horizons Collects First Science on a Post-Pluto Object
  • Field Training and Research Program at Meteor Crater
  • Kepler Mission Announces Largest Collection of Planets Ever Discovered
  • Video: Mercury Transits the Sun
  • The Moon as a Large Scale Meteoroid Detector
  • South Korea Selects Payload For Moon Probe
  • Special Issue of Icarus Features LRO Papers
  • Upper Darby High School Awarded Top Honor for Lunar Research Project
  • PhD opportunities in Australia with the Desert Fireball Network
  • ESA Releases Interactive Guide to the Moon
  • Every Day is Earth Day
  • ESA Releases Interactive Guide to the Moon
  • Finding a New Earth: Exoplanets and the Habitable Zone
  • NASA Works to Improve Solar Electric Propulsion
  • NASA Seeks Proposals for Deep Space Habitation Prototypes
  • Seeing Double: NASA Missions Measure Solar Flare from 2 Spots in Space
  • If The Moon Was Replaced By Other Planets
  • Open University Seeks Science and Technology Researchers
  • Student Opportunity: Mavericks Lab
  • Exploration of the Moon and Asteroids by Secondary Students (ExMASS)
  • NASA to Host Human Exploration Rover Challenge
  • PASSAGE TO MARS
  • How Things in the Universe Came About and How They Ended Up Within Us
  • 2016 Italy Summer Student Exchange Program
  • LPI Announces New Chicxulub Educational Website
  • Lunar Polar Ice Reveals Tilting Axis of Earth’s Moon
  • Astronaut Scott Kelly to Retire from NASA in April
  • Paul Spudis to Receive Columbia Medal
  • March 8th Solar Eclipse
  • Third International Conference on the Exploration of Phobos and Deimos
  • ESA Looks to Build Permanent Moon Base
  • Barringer Grant Applications for 2016 Now Being Accepted
  • Postal Service Honors NASA Planetary Discoveries with 2016 Stamps
  • NASA Introduces New, Wider Set of Eyes on the Universe
  • Scientists Detect First Gravitational Waves
  • Microsymposium 57: Polar Volatiles on the Moon and Mercury
  • Apollo Astronaut Edgar Mitchell Dies at Age 85
  • Video: Fly Over Dwarf Planet Ceres
  • NASA Remembers Its Fallen Heroes
  • Satellites Reveal History of Lunar Magma Ocean
  • Draft SSERVI Cooperative Agreement Notice Released
  • Desert Fireball Network Tracks and Recovers New Meteorite
  • A Close Look at the Moon’s Dust Cloud
  • ESA Moon Challenge 2015
  • Silent Night: Asteroid 2003 SD220 Sleighs by Earth on Christmas Eve
  • Video: New Clues to Ceres’ Bright Spots and Origins
  • NASA’s Webb Space Telescope Receives First Mirror Installation
  • New Horizons Returns the First of Its Very Best Images of Pluto
  • Arlin Crotts (1958-2015)
  • Science Training History of the Apollo Astronauts
  • Graduate Students Bring Hands-on Science Education to Area Elementary Schools
  • Polar Regolith Workshop Without Walls
  • Mercury Gets a Meteoroid Shower from Comet Encke
  • Four Months after Pluto Flyby, NASA’s New Horizons Yields Wealth of Discovery
  • Scientists Explain Why Moon Rocks Contain Fewer Volatiles than Earth Rocks
  • NASA Mission Reveals Speed of Solar Wind Stripping Martian Atmosphere
  • Exploration Science Summer Intern Program
  • Follow Mark Watney’s Epic Trek on Mars with New NASA Web Tool
  • NEO NEWS (27 Oct 2015) Halloween Asteroid, AIDA Mission, Mass Extinctions
  • Einstein’s Blunder Undone: The Runaway Universe
  • NASA Prepares for Historic Flyby of Icy Saturn Moon
  • SSERVI Scientists Predict that Rocky Planets Formed from ‘Pebbles’
  • Planetary Science Pioneer Robert Farquhar Dies at 83
  • Video: Sampling the Lunar Farside in the South Pole-Aitken’s Schrödinger Basin
  • Mound Near Lunar South Pole Formed by Unique Volcanic Process
  • Cassini Begins Series of Flybys with Close-up of Saturn Moon Enceladus
  • NASA Challenge Seeks Ways to Use Mars’ Natural Resources for Astronauts
  • NASA Selects Investigations for Future Key Planetary Missions
  • NASA Confirms Evidence That Liquid Water Flows on Today’s Mars
  • NEO NEWS (24 SEP 2015) Nuking NEAs, NEA Mining, Honors to Consolmagno and Durda.
  • This Sunday’s Rare Total Lunar Eclipse
  • Art Meets Science in New Pluto Aerial Tour
  • The Need for Conductive Space Suits
  • NASA’s LADEE Spacecraft Finds Neon in Lunar Atmosphere
  • How to Watch the Perseid Meteor Shower
  • Students Send Dispatches from NASA Trip to Volcano
  • Video: From a Million Miles Away, NASA Camera Shows Moon Crossing Face of Earth
  • New Online Tools Bring NASA’s Journey to Mars to New Generation of Explorers
  • 2015 Student Poster Competition Winners
  • Seeking Advisors for ExMASS Program
  • NASA’s New Horizons Team Finds Haze, Flowing Ice on Pluto
  • NASA and Curtin University Sign Affiliate Member Statement
  • NASA Satellite Camera Provides “EPIC” View of Earth
  • NASA’s Three-Billion-Mile Journey to Pluto Reaches Historic Encounter
  • From Pluto to the Sun
  • From Pluto to the Sun
  • Pluto and Charon: New Horizons’ Dynamic Duo
  • First Int’l Workshop on Potentially Hazardous Asteroid Assessment
  • Andy Weir Visits NASA Ames
  • SSERVI Members Receive NASA Honor Awards
  • The Apollo Lunar Surface Journal
  • Moon Engulfed in Permanent, Lopsided Dust Cloud
  • All Systems Go for NASA’s Mission to Jupiter Moon Europa
  • Spillage of Lunar Polar Crater Volatiles
  • ESF2015 Program Now On-line!
  • Rosetta’s Lander Philae Wakes Up From Hibernation
  • NASA Spacecraft Detects Impact Glass on Surface of Mars
  • Biographical Memoir of Eugene M. Shoemaker
  • SSERVI Announces 2015 Award Winners
  • NASA’s Hubble Finds Pluto’s Moons Tumbling in Absolute Chaos
  • Borucki Awarded 2015 Shaw Prize
  • SSERVI PI’s New Horizon Instrument Featured in The New York Times
  • NASA’s Europa Mission Begins with Selection of Science Instruments
  • Video: Lunar Flyover of Schrodinger Basin
  • Moon Express Announces Multi-Mission Payload Agreement with INFN and University of Maryland
  • Dava Newman Begins Work as NASA’s Deputy Administrator
  • NASA Seeks Ideas for Asteroid Redirect Mission Spacecraft
  • Kepler Observes Neptune Dance with Its Moons
  • New Horizons Spots Pluto’s Faintest Known Moons
  • Europa’s Mystery Dark Material Could Be Sea Salt
  • Ceres Animation Showcases Bright Spots
  • Workshop on Space Weathering of Airless Bodies
  • Lunar And Small Bodies Graduate Conference 2015 – Announcement And Abstract Submission Deadline
  • NASA Announces Journey to Mars Challenge
  • NASA Completes MESSENGER Mission with Expected Impact on Mercury’s Surface
  • William Ward Elected to National Academy of Sciences
  • NASA Celebrates Hubble’s 25th Anniversary
  • NEO NEWS (21 April 2015) NASA ARM, OSIRIS-Rex, and Planetary Defense Conference
  • Puerto Rico, Russia Win 2015 NASA Human Exploration Rover Challenge
  • Center for Lunar Science and Exploration Announces 2015 Intern Class
  • ExMASS Research Program Announces Student Winners
  • Evidence for Moon-Forming Impact Found Inside Meteorites
  • NASA to Host Human Exploration Rover Challenge
  • LADEE Finds Moon Has Two Tails
  • NEO NEWS (05-09-15) Asteroid Threat, NASA ARM-B, ESA AIM
  • StarTalk Live! from SF Sketchfest 2015
  • The Solar System and Beyond is Awash in Water
  • Shortest Lunar Eclipse of the Century
  • 2015 Summer Student Internship at INFN-LNF in Italy
  • Hawai’i Students Partner with NASA on Dust Removal System
  • NASA Releases Tool Enabling Citizen Scientists to Examine Asteroid Vesta
  • NASA Exploration Science Forum 2015
  • Video: The Lunar Crater Chronology
  • Exploration of the Moon and Asteroids by Secondary Students (ExMASS)
  • NEO News (03/25/15) ARM, Spinning NEAs, UN Milestone
  • Progress on Asteroid Initiative
  • NASA Announces Teams for 2015 Human Exploration Rover Challenge
  • Special Issue of Icarus to Feature LRO Papers
  • Fireballs in the Sky App
  • Asteroid Data Hunter App
  • Zuni-Bandera Volcanic Field Camp
  • NASA’s Hubble Observations Suggest Underground Ocean on Jupiter’s Largest Moon
  • ESF Awards: Call for Nominations
  • Spacecraft Data Suggest Saturn Moon’s Ocean May Harbor Hydrothermal Activity
  • Attention, All Scientists: Do Improv!
  • The Most Astounding Fact – Neil deGrasse Tyson
  • NASA’s First Spacecraft to Arrive at a Dwarf Planet
  • PhD Position in Planetary Seismology and Geodynamics
  • LRO Data Users Workshop
  • How Robotic Probes Helped Humans Explore the Moon—And May Again
  • The Sentinel Mission: Finding the Asteroid Headed for Earth
  • HI-SEAS Mission 3
  • Barringer Grant Applications for 2015
  • Video: #SuitUp with NASA for the Journey to Mars
  • The View from New Horizons: A Full Day on Pluto-Charon
  • FINESSE Team Postdoctoral Research Opportunity
  • NASA Spacecraft Returns New Images of Pluto En Route to Historic Encounter
  • Video: The Moon – A View From The Other Side
  • B. Ray Hawke, Lunar Geologist (1946–2015)
  • Next Solar Maximum may be Safest Time for Manned Missions to Mars
  • NASA Observes Day of Remembrance
  • Video: Back To The Moon For Good – The New Space Race
  • West Coast StarTalk Live!
  • INFN Laser Retro-Reflector Development
  • Watch Live: Close Pass by Asteroid 2004 BL86
  • Destination: Moon
  • Dawn Delivers New Image of Ceres
  • SSERVI Director Seminar with Dr. William Farrell
  • NASA’s New Horizons Spacecraft Begins First Stages of Pluto Encounter
  • NASA and ESA Celebrate 10 Years Since Titan Landing
  • Video: RS-25 Engine Test Blazes Forward
  • Exoplanet Travel Series
  • Time-lapse Video: Hangar One Skinning at Moffett Field
  • Barry Blumberg Tribute
  • LADEE Project Scientist Update
  • Dr. Morrison Awarded 2015 AAS Education Prize
  • Inaugural Laboratory Astrophysics Prize Goes to Louis Allamandola
  • Workshop on the Potential for Finding Life in a Europa Plume
  • NASA’s Curiosity Rover Finds Clues to How Water Helped Shape Martian Landscape
  • Dr. Ben Bussey Joins NASA
  • Video: Wanderers — a short film by Erik Wernquist
  • Exploration Flight Test One
  • SSERVI Interview: The Moon and Beyond
  • NASA Announces New Opportunities for Public Participation in Asteroid Grand Challenge
  • Rosetta Continues into Full Science Phase
  • NASA Scientists Find Diamonds and Other Treasures in Gold Rush Meteorite
  • NASA Opens Registration for 2015 Exploration Rover Challenge
  • Rosetta Comet Landing Success!
  • Mars Spacecraft Reveal Comet Flyby Effects on Martian Atmosphere
  • SSERVI Interview on Collaboration Superpowers
  • Living off the Land in the Final Frontier
  • LPI Postdoctoral Fellowships
  • NEO NEWS (10/28/14) COOL COMETS AND NUKES FOR PLANETARY DEFENSE
  • LADEE Impact Crater Found!
  • “Images of the Infant Universe” Talk at Foothill College Nov. 12th
  • Unique Rosetta Movie from ESA
  • INFN Offers Post-Doc Fellowships in Experimental Physics
  • James Head Honored for International Space Science Collaboration
  • China Launches Test Mission for Chang’e 5 Program
  • Close Encounters: Comet Siding Spring Seen Next to Mars
  • An All-Female Mission to Mars?
  • NASA Spacecraft Provides New Information About Sun’s Atmosphere
  • Rover Searches California Desert for Water to Simulate Future Lunar Missions
  • LPI’s Exploration Science Summer Internship
  • The Partial Eclipse of the Sun on Thurs Oct. 23, 2014
  • Developing the Global Exploration Roadmap: An Example Using Humans to the Lunar Surface
  • NASA Mission Finds Widespread Evidence of Young Lunar Volcanism
  • NASA Premieres ‘Trial By Fire’ Video on Orion’s Flight Test
  • NASA Lunar Mission Wins 2014 Popular Mechanics Breakthrough Award
  • A Colorful Lunar Eclipse
  • SSERVI Director’s Seminar: Tim Glotch
  • NASA Selects New Science Teams for Astrobiology Research
  • Workshop on Early Solar System Impact Bombardment III
  • AstroRecon 2015: Conference on Spacecraft Reconnaissance of Asteroid and Comet Interiors
  • NASA Mission Points to Origin of “Ocean of Storms” on Earth’s Moon
  • U.S., India to Collaborate on Mars Exploration, Earth-Observing Mission
  • The search for water in the Moon
  • MAVEN Spacecraft Returns First Mars Observations
  • India’s Orbiter Mission Arrives at Mars
  • NASA Mars Spacecraft Ready for Sept. 21 Orbit Insertion
  • Laniakea: Our home supercluster
  • American Companies Selected to Return Astronaut Launches to American Soil
  • NASA and INFN Sign Affiliate Member Statement
  • NASA’s Mars Curiosity Rover Arrives at Martian Mountain
  • Rosetta Snaps ‘Selfie’ at Comet 67P/Churyumov–Gerasimenko
  • Chelyabinsk: Portrait of an Aasteroid Airburst
  • International Observe the Moon Night 2014
  • Asteroid 2014 RC to Pass Close to Earth this Weekend
  • NASA Invites Public to Submit Messages for Asteroid Mission Time Capsule
  • NASA Tests Large Composite Rocket Tank
  • NASA’s New Horizons Spacecraft Crosses Neptune Orbit En Route to Historic Pluto Encounter
  • Electric Sparks May Alter Evolution of Lunar Soil
  • Comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko
  • NASA, Partners Reveal California Meteorite’s Rough and Tumble Journey
  • SSERVI Team Launches Project at Craters of the Moon
  • Advisors Needed for LPI-JSC CLSE High School Research Progam
  • ISEE-3 Reboot Project
  • International Observe the Moon Night is September 6th 2014
  • New NASA Research Shows Giant Asteroids Battered Early Earth
  • Comet Siding Spring C/2013 A1
  • NASA’s Long-Lived Mars Opportunity Rover Sets Off-World Driving Record
  • NEOWISE Spots a Comet That Looked Like an Asteroid
  • SSERVI: Serving NASA’s Mission to the Moon and Beyond
  • SSERVI Announces Award Winners at Exploration Science Forum
  • On-line Atlas of Lunar Sinuous Rilles
  • Geologic Map of Mars
  • NASA Honors Historic First Moon Landing, Eyes First Mars Mission
  • How Will NASA’s Asteroid Redirect Mission Help Humans Reach Mars?
  • ROBOTS FOR REMOTE VISITORS
  • Lunar Faculty Positions Now Open
  • NASA Ames Celebrates 75th Anniversary with ‘Living Museum’
  • Parachutes for NASA’s Orion Spacecraft Hit No Snags in Most Difficult Test
  • New NASA Model Gives Glimpse into the Invisible World of Electric Asteroids
  • NASA’s Mars Curiosity Rover Marks First Martian Year with Mission Successes
  • NASA Announces Latest Progress, Upcoming Milestones in Hunt for Asteroids
  • Asteroid Grand Challenge Anniversary Event
  • The Neil Armstrong Commemoration
  • NASA Progress Update on Asteroid Redirect Mission
  • Video Simulations of Impact Cratering Processes
  • NASA’s Orion Spacecraft Stacks Up for First Flight
  • NASA SSERVI HQ Seminar Series (Ben Bussey)
  • Interplanetary Cubesat Challenge
  • NASA Beams “Hello, World!” Video from Space via Laser
  • National Research Council Report on Human Spaceflight
  • NASA, Virgin Galactic Announce Payloads for SpaceShipTwo Flight
  • Electric Asteroid
  • Missions to the Moon: Parliamentary Update on Lunar Science and Exploration
  • Student Field Camp Opportunity
  • LROC Traces Tracks of Lunokhod 2 Rover
  • LunGradCon 2014
  • NASA Invites Public to Select Favorite Moon Image for Lunar Orbiter Anniversary Collection
  • China Robotic Moon Program Advancing into Third and Final Phase
  • The Making of NASA’s Global Selfie: 100+ Countries, Thousands of Photos
  • Comet 209P/LINEAR Meteor Shower
  • NASA Signs Agreement with Citizen Scientists Attempting to Communicate with Old Spacecraft
  • NASA Robotic Mining Competition
  • SSERVI Students Receive COSPAR Award
  • New Radar Images Uncover Remarkable Features below the Surface of the Moon
  • LRO Sees Earthrise from the Moon
  • British Planetary Scientist Colin Pillinger Passes Away
  • NASA Simulator Successfully Recreates Space Dust
  • NASA Selects 26 Proposals to Support Crew Health on Deep Space Missions
  • Stony Brook Summer Research Program Alumni Receive Honors
  • NASA Selects Partners for U.S. Commercial Lander Capabilities
  • Exploration forum showcases NASA’s Human Path to Mars
  • NASA Tech Spinoffs Show How Much Space is in Our Lives
  • NASA’s Exploration Science Forum 2014: July 21st – July 23rd
  • Lunar Flashlight
  • LADEE’s Legacy Lives On
  • Powerful Asteroids Strike Earth with Surprising Frequency (Video)
  • NASA Completes LADEE Mission with Planned Impact on Moon’s Surface
  • LADEE Survives Lunar Eclipse
  • Exploration of the Moon and Asteroids by Secondary Students (ExMASS)
  • LADEE Flies Lower Than Ever As Mission Nears End
  • Human Lunar Missions Discussed at Exploration Workshop
  • Eclipse Perspective: What Would an Astronaut See from the Moon?
  • Construction to Begin on NASA Spacecraft Set to Visit Asteroid in 2018
  • Stay ‘Up All Night’ to Watch the Lunar Eclipse!
  • Cosmic Nightlife
  • NASA’s Yvonne Pendleton Receives 2014 Women of Influence Award
  • NASA Satellite to Continue Gathering Data Up to Planned Lunar Impact
  • NASA Challenge Invites Students to Design Exploration Systems
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  • NLSI Teams Partner for Eclipse Viewing Event in Colorado
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  • NLSI Scientist Interviewed at Huge Space Symposium
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  • LRO Images Apollo 12 Landing Site
  • Asteroids May Have Delivered Magnetic Material to the Moon
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  • NLSI Team member receives Presidential Award
  • DARE paper in Advances in Space Research now in press
  • Video: flying over the three-dimensional Moon
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  • 2012 Lunar Extreme Program and Workshop
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  • Steven Furlanetto wins Warner Prize
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  • “Apollo Zone” Digital Image Mosaic and Digital Elevation Model Released
  • Mystery of Moon’s Lost Magnetism Explained
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  • NASA Honored With GreenGov Presidential Award
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  • NASA Releases New Interactive Space Communications Game
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  • NASA’s Moon Twins Going Their Own Way
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  • NASA’s twin spacecraft GRAIL launched from Cape Canaveral in Florida
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  • Lunar Science Forum Talks now online
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  • ARTEMIS Spacecraft Prepare for Lunar Orbit
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  • One Year of the Moon in 2.5 Minutes
  • High School Lunar Research Projects program
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  • LROC 6th PDS Release
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  • NASA Spacecraft Captures Video Of Asteroid Approach
  • LCROSS
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  • Student chosen to help NASA pick New landing sites on the moon
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  • NASA Dawn Spacecraft Captures First Image Of Nearing Asteroid
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  • NASA Technology Looks Inside Japan’s Nuclear Reactor
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  • LROC images beautiful ejecta pattern
  • New Images from Mercury Orbit
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  • Red Moon Rising
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  • On March 29&30, NASA will host its first Open Source Summit
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  • NLSI at the AAS meeting in Seattle, WA
  • NASA Research Team Reveals Moon Has Earth-Like Core
  • LOIRP
  • Vodcasts
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  • NASA Academy at Ames for Space Exploration
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  • DREAM: Dynamic Response of the Environment at the Moon
  • International Observe the Moon Night
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  • Lunar and Planetary Institute
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  • National Space Science Data Center
  • Science Mission Directorate
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  • Lunar Eclipse Photos From Around the World
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  • NLSI captures images of Total Lunar Eclipse
  • NASA Selects Companies for Further Lunar Demonstrations Data
  • NASA Announces Lineup For Total Eclipse Of The Moon
  • LROC produces South Pole Illumination Map
  • The 62nd International Astronautical Congress
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  • 2011 NASA Academy
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  • Robots on the Moon?
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  • LROC images highest point on the Moon
  • Mark your calendars: Total Lunar Eclipse on December 21st, 2010 at 11:40pm PST
  • THEMIS Spacecraft renamed ARTEMIS, heading to the Moon
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  • Rainbows on the Moon?
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  • NASA’S LCROSS Wins 2010 Popular Mechanics Breakthrough Award
  • Lunar X Prize Summit held on Isle of Man
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  • Desert RATS 2010 Live Webcast Event on Sept. 1, 2010
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  • Astrobotic mission to revisit the Apollo 11 site in April 2013
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  • Mini-RF maps lunar poles for ice deposits
  • Robotic Science From the Moon
  • NASA Seeks Data from Innovative Lunar Demonstrations
  • NLSI’s Moon Mosaic Project
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  • NASA Lunar Science Forum 2011
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  • NASA Ames To Host Third Annual Lunar Science Forum
  • NASA Announces Three New Centennial Challenges
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  • NASA’s Lunar Impact Mission Honored by National Space Society
  • LROC releases mosaic of Orientale Basin
  • Middle-school project discovers cave skylight on Mars
  • NLSI Mentors the Next Generation of Lunar Scientists
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  • Telescope Takes Sharpest Pictures of Space Yet From Earth
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  • NLSI’s LUNAR team tests Kapton film for radio telescopes
  • Spectacular Moon Photo Caught Over Chile
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  • Regolith Challenge Team Wins NASA Group Achievement Award
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  • Lunar Orion Test Capsule Built
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  • Hazards of Solar Wind On Moon
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  • Einstein And Einstein A: A Study In Crater Morphology
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  • LOIRP produces new high resolution Lunar Orbiter 2 images
  • Space Station Astronaut captures April’s “pink” moon
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  • NASA Ames Center Director Receives Arthur C. Clarke Award
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  • Lunar Science Seminar: lunar horizon glow
  • David Morrison on the End of the World
  • My Moon: Live Video Webcast
  • MyMoon: Live Video Webcast
  • 22nd Annual Planetary Science Summer School
  • NASA PLANETARY SCIENCE SUMMER SCHOOL
  • LUNAR POLAR CRATERS MAY BE ELECTRIFIED
  • Recovering the Missing ALSEP Data
  • NLSI Executive Council Meeting
  • NLSI Executive Council Meeting
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  • Intro Video: LunarGradCon 2010
  • Lunabotics Mining Competition
  • Rocket impacts recorded by the Apollo seismic network
  • “The Poles of the Moon” Seminar broadcast
  • Offshore Membrane Enclosure for Growing Algae (OMEGA)
  • Lunar Electric Rovers
  • Jack Burn’s Interdisciplinary Lunar Science Graduate Seminar
  • NASA Spacesuit Tests
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  • Not all Moon water alike, scientists say
  • Lunar Rover Is Spotted For First Time In 37 Years
  • NASA’s Ames director envisions role of ‘interplanetary Internet’
  • Lunar Orbiter Laser Altimeter Flyover of the lunar surface
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  • Science: NASA Dives Into Its Past to Retrieve Vintage Satellite Data
  • Nimbus II and Lunar Orbiter 1 Imagery: A New Look at Earth in 1966
  • NLSI’s David Kring confirms mass extinction impact hypothesis
  • Huge Moon Crater Offers Window to Past
  • Student Teams Ready to Battle Lunar Terrain at NASA’s 17th Annual Great Moonbuggy Race
  • Hole in the moon? LROC images Marius Hills pit
  • NASA finds additional evidence for water on the moon
  • LCROSS to present results at LPSC
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  • NASA’s first iPhone app: a Lunar Exploration Simulator
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  • Video: Moon and Everest Rocks Installed on The International Space Station
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  • Video: ‘Exploring the Cosmos from the Moon’
  • NASA Lunar Science Forum: First Announcement
  • ASCE Earth and Space 2010
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  • Images of Ancient well-preserved crater yield insights into Solar System Impact history
  • NASA Budget to fund robotic lunar exploration
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  • Did the Moon Form in Natural Nuclear Explosion?
  • NASA Adds Israeli Technical Expertise to Lunar Science Research at Ames
  • LROC Produces Digital Terrain Model of the Orientale Basin
  • Crater on the Moon Gets Stunning Close-Up
  • NASA Reveals New Batch Of Space Program Artifacts
  • Surveyor
  • NASA 360: Desert Rats and Analog Testing
  • NLSI 2010 Calendar now available
  • Video: Parazynski gives moon rock to Shuttle Commander
  • Ian Garrick-Bethell: The Search for a Lunar Dynamo
  • NLSI Director’s Seminar Series
  • Moon Rock Gains Traveling Companion for Historic Return to Space
  • NLSI Postdoctoral Program
  • LRO finds coldest place on the Moon
  • Highlights from NASA’s top events in 2009
  • NASA Partners with Saudi Arabia on Moon and Asteroid Research
  • Chandrayaan-1 detected signatures of organic matter on lunar surface
  • LROC images LCROSS impact crater Cabeus
  • LOIRP images show boulders on the moon–updated
  • NASA Experts Available for Radio And Podcast Interviews During Major Science Meeting
  • NLSI Seminar by Dr. David Kring
  • Moon Work Design Contest Offers NASA Internships to Winners
  • WA physicist’s ‘Moon Dust’ tapes may hold keys to future lunar landings
  • NASA Honors Apollo Astronaut Fred Haise with Moon Rock
  • NASA’s Moon Mineralogy Mapper’s infrared data animation
  • live video from Ranger 9
  • NASA’s Moon Mineralogy Mapper determines surface composition
  • NASA’s Moon Mineralogy Mapper yields composite images
  • NLSI Vodcast Part 1 Released
  • NASA’s LCROSS Impacts Confirm Water in Lunar Crater
  • Rosetta’s first glimpse of the Moon from 4.3 million km
  • NASA to Brief Preliminary Plume Findings from Moon Mission
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  • NASA Live Digital Network Brings Apollo 11 Experts into Classrooms
  • Chandrayaan-2 to land two rovers
  • NASA and X Prize Announce Winners of Lunar Lander Challenge
  • LRO images Apollo 17 Lunar Module Landing Site
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  • LROC sees Apollo 14 S-IVB Impact Crater
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  • LCROSS impacts the moon
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  • It’s Official: Water Found on the Moon
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  • NASA Partners With California Space Authority for Regolith Challenge
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  • LOIRP Releases next Lunar Orbiter 4 Image
  • Augustine panel Reviews U.S. Human Space Flight Plans
  • A Lunar Nuclear Reactor
  • Space Geodesy Facility locates satellite in lunar orbit
  • LOIRP Releases new Lunar Orbiter 4 Image
  • LRO releases new images
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  • New photos of Earth from the Moon
  • NASA Honors Apollo Astronaut Al Worden with Moon Rock
  • Moonfest 2009: From Apollo to LCROSS, and Beyond
  • GigaPan posts Moon Landing Anniversary Set collection
  • As it Happened: Apollo 12
  • BBC Broadcast interviews of MoonLITE and other Projects
  • University of Colorado following Apollo’s footsteps
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  • IYA Lunar Star Parties
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  • Video: Interview with Manuel Grande
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  • Dr. Kring named as fellow of the Geological Society of America
  • NASA’s LRO Spacecraft Sends First Lunar Images to Earth
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  • New High Resolution Image of the Ocean of Storms Released
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  • NASA Sets Lunar Spacecraft Launch Events
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  • California House of Representatives Honors LOIRP
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  • Chandrayaan proves lunar highlands were formed by magma
  • NASA Names 16th Annual Great Moonbuggy Race Winners
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