Astrophysicists believe that they have finally determined why the Moon's Earth-facing nearside, with its "Man in the Moon," looks remarkably different than its unseen farside.
New evidence has surfaced that supports the theory that the Moon was formed when a very young Earth collided with another planet-sized astronomical body billions of years ago.
The Moon may actually have one of the fastest broadband connections in the universe. NASA is due to present the findings of its Lunar Laser Communication Demonstration (LLCD), a project that demonstrated the success of their attempts to "beam" a broadband connection to the moon with lasers.
A crowdfunding project to put a small, self-assembling red house on the Moon has begun, taking the dream of one Swedish artist a little closer to reality.
NASA missions in orbit have for the first time allowed scientists to observe the Moon's "dancing tide" swaying with Earth's gravitational pull.
Scientists recently discovered water in Moon rocks, and through chemical analysis they found that the amount of water in the Moon's rocky interior actually varies regionally - revealing clues about how water originated and was redistributed on the lunar surface.
The "joystick" assembly from the fourth manned US lunar landing was bought at a whopping $610,063 in an online auction. This sets an apparent new record for the most ever paid for a space-travel antique collectable.
Japanese company Otsuka Pharmaceuticals announced on Thursday that they plan to be the first to put a sports drink on the moon, sending a can of powdered Pocari Sweat along with the "dreams of children" to the moon by 2015.
Almost 600 items that have traveled to the Moon via NASA's Apollo space missions are being offered in RR Auction's Space & Aviation online sale, which begins Thursday and runs through May 22.
NASA astronauts Stan Love and Steve Bowen went underwater May 9 to test tools that will be used for a planned asteroid capture mission in the 2020s.
The Moon was once rocked by a violent collision that eventually led to the tilt in its present orientation, according to new research published in the journal Nature Geoscience.
A small, bus-sized asteroid passed within 186,000 miles (300,000 kilometers) of Earth - closer than the Moon - on Saturday morning, but posed no threat to our planet, Space.com reported.
The first ever mission to the Moon's south pole, likely to occur sometime in 2016, was announced Friday by the non-profit International Lunar Observatory (ILOA) and Moon Express, Inc., a privately funded "lunar resource company."
As lunar tourism becomes a thing of increasingly less distant future, members of the Congress are starting to worry about preserving the legacy of Apollo 11- the first human landing on the moon.