This week was the anniversary of Apollo 12’s launch to fly to the moon and the

second NASA mission to land on the moon’s surface. Whether you believe it

ever happened or not, the moon is still full of mystery and beauty.


If you’re not just content to gaze and photograph, you can

be a Citizen Scientist and analyse images of the moon’s surface…

yes, it’s a little geeky …

The white patches are recent scarring from meteorites etc.


When it comes to the moon, there’s always something to howl about. 🙂


Published by Yvette Aubusson-Foley


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