Rowan Professor on Why Upcoming Super Blue Blood Moon Is So Super
Dr. David Klassen is a professor at Rowan University and he’s breaking down each part of a Super Blue Blood Moon.
NASA Scientist's Tips to See the Super Blue Blood Moon Lunar Eclipse
Here's advice for watching the Jan. 31 Super Blue Blood Moon from NASA moon scientist Noah Petro.
What’s the difference between Pokémon Sun and Moon?
Deciding which version to pick up is the first battle
A Beginner's Guide to the Moon
This is a basic guide to what you can see on the surface on the Moon - there is as much that can be seen on the Moon with a pair of binoculars, than in the whole of the rest of the sky put together.
What If Other Planets Were as Close as the Moon?
Many people have tried to visualize how big the planets are in relation to each other and to large objects we're more personally familiar with. Space and the objects in it are unfathomably big, so this type of contextualization is helpful for us to understand just how large celestial objects like the moon or Jupiter are. Many of these illustrations and videos have accomplished their goals pretty well, but this video from yeti dynamics does a great job at showing how big planets…
How will Chandrayaan 2 study the moon?
Why is India’s first attempt at a powered lunar landing important?
How to make an edible version of Homer Simpson’s moon waffles
Homer Simpson was the original Andrew Zimmern, an indulger of foods so bizarre that they made his stomach resistant to cannonballs. For example, he’s eaten petroleum jelly, hot dogs out of kiddie pools, and a soup consisting of frozen pie crust, cloves, and Tom Collins mix. Perhaps his greatest culi