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- Richard Evans Lunar Home Page
- Amateur astronomer specializing in high-resolution lunar photography.
- Byron Soulsby's Lunar Eclipse Observer Home Page
- All about lunar eclipses.
- Volcanism on the Moon
- From the University of North Dakota's Volcano World web site.
Introduction to volcanic features on the lunar surface.
- Lunar Maps at the Linda Hall Library
- An exhibit of rare books and maps from the collection of the
Linda Hall Library in Kansas City, Missouri. Lunar observation
all the way back to the days of Galileo and the first telescope.
- How to Photograph the Moon
- Everything you need to know about how to photograph the moon, from
amateur astronomer Michael Oates, of the Manchester Astronomical
Society in the UK. Discusses camera settings, focal lengths,
exposure settings, telescopes, motor drives, cameras, and when and
what to photograph. Includes links to some stunning pictures of
the moon taken by Oates.
- Solar System Exploration: The Moon
- JPL's essay about the moon. Part of a series of web pages about
planetary bodies in the solar system. Includes links to other lunar
astronomy web sites.
- Consolidated Lunar Atlas
http://purl.org/NET/CLA or http://www.lpi.usra.edu/research/cla/menu.html
- by Gerald P. Kuiper, Ewen A. Whitaker, Robert G. Strom, John W. Fountain, and
Stephen M. Larson is a collection of the best photographic images of the moon. These digital renditions were
created and edited by Eric J. Douglass.
- Clementine Images
- Images from the Clementine mission to photograph the moon. Most
photos were taken looking straight down an orbital noon, so they
contain lots of scientific data but are not photographically
dramatic. You can choose your location over the moon for a
- Robinson Lunar Observatory
- Lots of links to lunar astronomy sites.
- 12 Year Geocentric Ephemeris for the Moon
- This server at the Goddard Space Flight Center seems to refuse
connections most of the time, but the title of the web page is
so intriguing that we're keeping this URL on the list with hopes
that it will once again come alive. Server problems might be
due to NASA renaming their space centers and foolishly changing
domain names to match, which of course breaks millions of links
throughout the World Wide Web.
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