How conducive is the Moon to the survival of humans? It seems that our odds have just improved. A recent study has shown that there are regions on the moon where temperatures are consistent enough for human beings to exist. ...

The Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter (LRO), which serves as NASA’s “eye in the sky” in orbit around the Moon, has located the impact site of the unidentified rocket booster that crashed into the opposite side of the Moon on March 4, ...

NASA hopes to send humans to the Moon once again after more than half a century. If everything goes well, that should happen thanks to the Artemis mission that will take place in 2025 or 2026. But it seems like ...

Here’s when to see this weekend’s complete lunar eclipse of the blood moon. During a complete lunar eclipse, the Earth travels between the sun and the full moon, obscuring the moon’s surface from view. Due to the large shadow created ...

The Moon that we see in the night sky every night is also the fifth-largest natural satellite in the whole Solar System. There are many other moons out there. Saturn has the most of them: 82 discovered so far. Along ...

Chinese scientists recently reported in the journal Joule that the lunar soil possesses active molecules capable of converting carbon dioxide into oxygen and energy. To help with human explorations of the moon and beyond, they’re now looking into lunar assets. ...

In anticipation of an increase in lunar activity in the next several years, Canada is proposing legislation to criminalize crimes undertaken on the Moon. Since NASA ended the Apollo program in 1975, other missions to the Moon have taken precedence ...

On the Moon, there exist molecules of water and ice, but how did these materials get up there? There’s a good chance that part of the water on the moon came from asteroids and comets colliding, but recent research reveals ...

Since the dawn of time, humans wanted to travel among the stars and the depths of the heavens. While technology allowed the human race to explore a very tiny part of space, astronomers might need to apply a different recipe. ...

An asteroid impact 4.3 billion years ago caused havoc in the moon’s mantle, explaining why one side of the moon has more craters than the other. A recent study supports this theory. Per the International Astronomical Union, the moon has ...