SSERVI Vodcasts

Get the latest unique lunar content here, from the NASA Lunar Science Institute. Featuring exclusive interviews with the top lunar experts, the SSERVI Vodcasts are a great way to learn more about the Moon and what’s going on in lunar science and exploration frontiers.


The Science of Doomsday 2012

NASA Scientist David Morrison discusses the rumors of a doomsday in December 2012 and shows how these claims are not supported by science. This updates Morrison’s earlier videos “The Truth About 2012″ and “The Truth about Nibiru”. Another good discussion is in the JPL video “12-21-2012 Just Another Day”.

Posted: Mar 21, 10:57 am


The Truth About Nibiru

NASA Scientist, Dr. David Morrison, answers questions from the public about the Nibiru doomsday prophecy.

Posted: Oct 21, 11:48 am


The Truth About Comet Elenin

NASA Scientist, Dr. David Morrison, answers questions from the public about comet Elenin.

Posted: Aug 18, 10:30 am



About the NASA Lunar Science Institute

Learn about the NASA Lunar Science Institute (NLSI) from its Central staff and the team of PIs that make up the Institute.

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Fly me to the Moon!…About the NLSI from NASA Lunar Science Institute.




NLSI Science: Dr. David Kring

Dr. David Kring is perhaps best known for locating the crater left by the impact that triggered the extinction of the dinosaurs. During an earlier period of heavy bombardment, a very large impact event likely generated the Earth-Moon system, and may have sparked life on Earth. Dr. Kring’s research on the Moon will tell us more about how the Earth evolved. The moon is the first step to exploring a much larger solar system, and his team is working closely with NASA to develop hardware that will be used on the lunar surface in future missions.

NLSI Science: Dr. David Kring from the NASA Lunar Science Institute.

Posted: Nov 17, 11:05 am

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Did you know?

The lunar day (or the time from sunrise to sunrise) on the moon is approximately 708 hours.

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