The Moon is somewhere most of us would like to visit if we could. To give us a sense of what it’s like this aroma matches what Neil and Buzz described the Moon smelling of.
This is Ali’s beginners guide to the Moon landings with the added help of his Lego Saturn V. It focuses on the ‘how’ of getting to the Moon and back again. Please feel free to like/share/pass on to anyone who might be interested! Alastair is currently an astronomer at the Royal Observatory Edinburgh.
Released to mark the 50th anniversary of the moon landings, Jasper Space Dog cleverly weaves facts about space missions with hilarious ideas about space. In their quest, Charlie Tanner and his dog, Jasper, consult space experts to see if Jasper might make history too. Several considerations regarding the design and layout of Jasper Space Dog…
The most accessible wonder of the night sky is our Moon. If you have some binoculars, or a small telescope, you’ll quickly notice that the Moon is full of intriguing details, but even with just the naked eye, you can see some fascinating features – including the area where the first Moon landing took place!…
In this short animation Paxi, the friendly alien from Space, explores our moon. Paxi looks at the orbit of the Moon and explains the phases of the moon as seen from the Northern and Southern hemispheres. The animation also highlights key concepts related to the moon and demonstrates how solar and lunar eclipses occur. www.stem.org.uk/rxfmuv
A suite of teaching resources for primary and secondary schools, developed by the European Space Agency and European Education Resources Offices, themed around designing a moon settlement. www.esa.int/Education/Moon_Camp/Classroom_resources