Paved roads and landing pads would mitigate dust, a major problem for lunar missions
Taking the catwalk to the lunar surface
Going back to the moon - and staying there
The Pentagon is trying to kickstart a new ARPANET revolution on the Moon
The mission was launched to study the moon's polar region and exosphere
NASA-funded mission could take off as soon as mid-November
Juggling sanctions to use the data collected by China's Moon probes
More than twice the power of earlier electric propulsion thrusters
Communications ceased on final approach to lunar surface
Cellular networks on the Moon are good to go, but NASA has yet to request lunar satellites
Was Samsung trying to pull a fast one?
"Saving Earth's data, one byte at a time"
Clocks run faster on the Moon
Forward-looking: Using less power than an ordinary household appliance, a team of scientists was able to capture the highest resolution images of the Moon ever. Soon, researchers will have unprecedented and very powerful tools to probe the cosmos - and catch a potentially planet-killing asteroid before it strikes Earth.
Using a rail gun
WTF?! In what sounds like the plot from a sci-fi movie, researchers have proposed a potential solution to the climate crisis: create a shield around the earth by blasting dust mined from the moon into space using a rail gun.
Look out, moon. Here comes humanity
A new take on the giant-impact theory
NASA's search for water on the Moon won't start until the end of 2024
NASA wants to put a nuclear reactor on the Moon
Saving Earth's data, one byte at a time
Paving the way for extraterrestrial agriculture
Identifying space junk isn't easy
A space-shuttle-bus, one might say
NASA will send a rover to the Moon in 2023
South Korea will test space network and scan the Moon for resources