Our Neighbor: The Moon — Watching the Lunar Eclipse this Weekend!

A lunar eclipse May 15–16 offers us a perfect opportunity to learn about our planetary companion!

The Moon — our neighbor in space — appears serene and tranquil from the surface of the Earth. However, our passive planetary partner has a dramatic history full of violent impacts, which began…

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