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21:17, 19 August 2008 GP1Fig 5.jpg (file) 74 KB Public Domain Photo credit: [http://www.lpi.usra.edu/resources/lunar_orbiter/ Lunar Orbiter Photographic Atlas of the Moon, NASA SP-205; Bowker and Hughes, dig. ed. Gillis] v 118, h2 1
21:17, 19 August 2008 Fig 5.jpg (file) 74 KB Public Domain Photo credit: [http://www.lpi.usra.edu/resources/lunar_orbiter/ Lunar Orbiter Photographic Atlas of the Moon, NASA SP-205; Bowker and Hughes, dig. ed. Gillis] v 118, h2 1
21:09, 19 August 2008 GP1Fig 4.jpg (file) 64 KB Public Domain Photo credit: [http://ser.sese.asu.edu/GHM/ Wilhelms, D. Geologic History of the Moon. USGS Professional Paper 1348. (Washington: GPO, 1987)] 53. 1
21:03, 19 August 2008 GP1Fig 3.jpg (file) 81 KB This image is being used in terms of "Fair Use." Photo credit: [http://www.lpi.usra.edu/resources/cla/ Consolidated Lunar Atlas, G. Kuiper et al., 1967, Lunar and Planetary Laboratory, University of Arizona; digital version by E. Douglass and M.S. O'Del 1
20:52, 19 August 2008 GP1Fig 2.jpg (file) 100 KB Public Domain. Photo Credit: Ranger IX Photographs of the Moon, NASA SP-112, 1966 This volume is currently out of print. Images may be found at the Lunar and Planetary Institute's [http://www.lpi.usra.edu/resources/ranger/ Ranger Photo Page] 1
12:22, 11 August 2008 LunarImpact.jpg (file) 71 KB The life cycle of a lunar impact and associated time and special scales. The LCROSS measurement methods are “layered” in response to the rapidly evolving impact environment. Photo Credit: NASA Public Domain 1
12:03, 11 August 2008 LCROSSmain lunarorbiter2.jpg (file) 1.55 MB LCROSS EDUS heading-in. Photo credit: NASA Public Domain 1
12:02, 11 August 2008 LCROSSmain lunarorbiter3.jpg (file) 860 KB LCROSS ready to separate. Photo credit: NASA Public Domain 1
11:56, 11 August 2008 LCROSSmain lunarorbiter1.jpg (file) 1.36 MB LCROSS plume developing with S-SC looking outward 1
10:32, 11 August 2008 LunarpediaLogoHorizHalf.jpg (file) 170 KB A high resolution lunarpedia banner 1
10:43, 10 August 2008 EIC050-5.GIF (file) 73 KB Lunar mare soil grain (78221,8) in polished section. Phases include glass (GL), plagioclase (PL), pyroxene (PX), and ilmenite (IM). SEM back-scattered electron image. Frame width = 660 µm. Photo credit: NASA Public Domain 1
10:42, 10 August 2008 EIC050-4.GIF (file) 3 KB Mohr stress circles used to determine angle of internal friction (45°) and cohesion (1.0 kPa) for JSC-1. Photo credit: NASA Public Domain 1
10:42, 10 August 2008 EIC050-3.GIF (file) 3 KB Particle size distribution curves for JSC-1. Particle diameters in phi units (¯ = - (ln d) / (ln 2), d = diameter in mm). Photo credit: NASA Public Domain 1
10:42, 10 August 2008 EIC050-2.GIF (file) 65 KB JSC-1 glass (GL) and olivine (OL) grains. SEM secondary electron image. Frame width = 1100 µm. Photo credit: NASA Public Domain 1
10:41, 10 August 2008 EIC050-1.GIF (file) 70 KB JSC-1 grains in polished section. Phases include glass (GL), plagioclase (PL) and olivine (OL). SEM back-scattered electron image. Frame width = 520 µm. Photo credit: NASA Public Domain 1
18:23, 9 August 2008 PIA00090.jpg (file) 1.23 MB Mission: Deep Space Program Science Experiment (DSPSE) Spacecraft: Clementine 1 Instrument: Ultraviolet/Visible Camera Product Size: 4316 samples x 4299 lines Produced By: U.S. Geological Survey Addition Date: 1998-06-03 Primary Data Set: Clementi 1
09:52, 9 August 2008 Apollo 15 panaromic camera landing site.jpg (file) 532 KB A section of panoramic image showing Hadley Rille and the Apollo 15 landing site. The landing site may be located via the white patch of disturbed regolith in the lower left corner of the image. 1
09:42, 9 August 2008 As15-81-10894.jpg (file) 21 KB Hadley Rille. The ejecta blanket of the more recent crater Hadley C interrupts the course of the rille. Photo cradit: NASA Public Domain 1
09:34, 9 August 2008 Apollo 15 Hadley Rille.jpg (file) 246 KB A photo of Hadley Rille taken by the Apollo 15 Mapping Camera on the ''Endeavor'' CSM. The Lunar Module is located near the center between Hadley Rille and Mons Hadley. Public Domain 1
09:22, 6 August 2008 Laser DSC09088.JPG (file) 351 KB Helium-Neon laser demonstration at the Kastler-Brossel Laboratory at Paris VI: Pierre et Marie Curie. The glowing ray in the middle is a discharge tube (akin to that of a neon light), it is not the laser beam. The laser beam crosses the air and marks a re 1
03:20, 4 August 2008 Brew.png (file) 3 KB   1
22:36, 6 June 2008 MLS1 Brick.GIF (file) 23 KB A brick of MLS-1 basalt sintered at 1100 degrees Celsius for 2 hours. Length is 7.9 centimeters. NASA JSC 1
22:35, 6 June 2008 MLS1 Brick cross section.GIF (file) 90 KB An electron micrograph of a cross section of sintered MLS-1 basalt brick, showing bonding at grain to grain contacts. NASA JSC 1
22:46, 25 April 2008 Ant in flower.jpg (file) 78 KB GNUFDL An ant patrolling a flower. Photo taken by Jens Buurgaard Nielsen in the French Pyrenees, 2005 1
22:33, 25 April 2008 Antaster lg.jpg (file) 88 KB Public Domain Photo by Beatriz Moisset, 2002-2004. 1
19:20, 11 June 2007 NOAO moon.jpg (file) 84 KB Taken by the Kitt Peak Burrell Schmidt telescope on July 21st, 1994. ==Copyright Notice== Credit: REU program, N.A.Sharp/NOAO/AURA/NSF This Image is Copyrighted by the National Optical Astronomy Observatory/AURA/NSF. ==Conditions of Use== This image mus 1
19:18, 11 June 2007 NOAO FullMoony.jpg (file) 111 KB Taken by the Kitt Peak Burrell Schmidt telescope on July 21st, 1994. ==Copyright Notice== Credit: REU program, N.A.Sharp/NOAO/AURA/NSF This Image is Copyrighted by the National Optical Astronomy Observatory/AURA/NSF. ==Conditions of Use== This image mus 1
11:17, 8 June 2007 Marssociety-weblogo 43x43.JPG (file) 2 KB   1
22:51, 2 April 2007 Ilmen reduced.GIF (file) 51 KB Ilmenite from lunar soil 75061, reduced at 1050°C, 3 hrs. Iron metal blebs cover titanium oxide. Frame width = 120 µm NASA JSC 1
22:34, 2 April 2007 TerranesTh.jpg (file) 81 KB Map of Thorium distribution on the Moon Map based on data from Lunar Prospector Source: NASA 1
22:08, 2 April 2007 A12 Kreep12013.gif (file) 243 KB Apollo 12 KREEP sample 12013. This sample has a mass of 82 grams and is up to 5 centimeters across. NASA/Johnson Space Center photograph S70-43176 1
20:23, 1 April 2007 610px-Footprint.gif (file) 394 KB Apollo 11 footprint in lunar soil. NASA 1969. Public Domain 1
19:40, 30 March 2007 Impactglass big.jpg (file) 50 KB A glass spherule (about 0.6 mm in diameter) produced by a meteorite impact into lunar soil. Features on the surface are glass splashes, welded mineral fragments, and microcraters produced by space weathering processes at the surface of the moon. SEM image 1
10:54, 16 February 2007 Liquid element.GIF (file) 863 bytes Liquid Element Icon for elements which are liquid at room temperature. 1
01:37, 23 January 2007 Tiny Radioactive Symbol.PNG (file) 284 bytes Radioactive symbol for use in Periodic Table 1
21:25, 8 January 2007 Lunarpedia1.GIF (file) 6 KB Lunarpedia concept 1 1
20:15, 8 January 2007 JamesR.JPG (file) 103 KB Portrait: James Rogers 1
19:29, 8 January 2007 800px-Moon VS Earth Composition.JPG (file) 44 KB == Summary == Relative Concentration of Various Important Elements on Lunar Highlands, Lunar Lowlands, and Earth. Author: Tony Soares Data Source: http://www.permanent.com/l-apollo.htm 1
19:06, 8 January 2007 658px-Moon Comp Graph.JPG (file) 26 KB Composition of lunar soil Author: Tony Soares 1
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