back to Moon Weekly update ⋅ July 25, 2014 NBCNews.com To the moon and back: 45 years since man’s first steps Bay News 9 Neil Armstrong took man’s first steps on the moon 45 years ago. „That’s one small step for man, one giant leap for mankind,“ Armstrong famously said … Flag as irrelevant CityLab … Weiterlesen
"Return to the Moon, but when and how… As with Real Estate on Earth, on the Moon location is everything. Shackleton crater (upper left) hosts a hoary frost clinging to its permanently shadowed interior, and the Moon’s south pole resides on its rim. HDTV still captured by Japan’s SELENE-1 (Kaguya) November 17, 2007; Malapert Massif … Weiterlesen
> Boulders clustered on a positive relief bulge in an impact melt deposit on the floor of Anaxagoras crater (73.5°S, 349.7°E); most of the boulders are 10 – 30 m across. LROC NAC M155309869R, image width is 910 m. via [NASA/GSFC/Arizona State University] Continue reading ‚Impact melt in Anaxagoras crater‘„
> A fault scarp separates two zones of impact melt within the King crater wall (5.0°N, 120.5°E). NAC image number M115529715RE; incidence angle 75°; Sun is from the right, image is ~900 meters across; north is up [NASA/GSFC/Arizona State University] Continue reading ‚Fault scarp with impact melt in King crater
> Intricate fault patterns enhanced by dawn lighting in Seares crater (Sun is shining from lower right). North is up, image width is 2800 meters, M130681684LR [NASA/GSFC/Arizona State University]. quell: nasaLRO
> Small fresh crater in Palitzsch B, with a shape and ejecta pattern typical of an oblique impact. North is up, image width is 500 m, LROC NAC M154785423R [NASA/GSFC/Arizona State University].
> Fractured and slumping rim of Klute W crater. Image is 900 meters wide, LROC NAC M143201144RE [NASA/GSFC/Arizona State University]. Continue reading ‚Post-impact modification of Klute W‘
> Striated blocks in Aristarchus crater! Field of striated boulders on the wall of Aristarchus crater. Uphill is towards top of image. LROC NAC image M120161915 [NASA/GSFC/Arizona State University]. Quelle:Continue reading ‚Striated blocks in Aristarchus crater
> Spanning over 130 km in length, Rimae Posidonius is a sinuous rille winding across the floor of Posidonius crater. LROC WAC mosaic at 100 m/pixel, arrow points to the rille and location of an LROC NAC close-up.. [NASA/GSFC/Arizona State University] Continue reading ‚Rimae Posidonius‘
> Der Mond bleibt ein wichtiges Ziel der Bundesregierungder Strategie wird dabei das „Explorationsziel Mond“ ausdrücklich genannt. Für die Fortsetzung der bemannten Raumfahrt nach 2020 gibt es daher, … quelle:heise.de
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