NASA's LRO spacecraft observing the moon beamed back a jittery image to Earth. This led researchers to discover that it was hit and survived a meteoroid impact in 2014.
The bag of moon dust from Neil Armstrong's Apollo 11 mission will be up for auction again. Experts say it may sell for up to $4 million.
The moon is a vital part of deep space travel. It could be the gateway to the rest of the Solar System and it may also provide spacecraft with fuel.
A deep space gateway will be assembled to test technologies that will be used for deep space explorations. NASA SLS rocket and the Orion capsule will be utilized to assemble the spaceport.
A team of scientists from NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory claims that they have found a long lost lunar orbiter of the Indian Space Research Organization.
The moon's surface is constantly changing, as a new study suggests. This was proven by recent impact craters formed in the last seven years.
Two years ago, an object the size of a small boulder slammed into the surface of Earth's Moon with immense force, creating a flash of light nearly 10 times brighter than anything lunar impact ever recorded. Like many impacts before it, the collision changed the face of our moon forever, adding several new craters and altering old ones. Now NASA experts are working to distinguish the new from the old - identifying the Moon's freshest craters to help them better understand these kinds of impacts.