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Why the Moon is such a cratered place

Look at the circular patterns on the Moon’s surface, as seen from Earth.
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Katarina Miljkovic, Curtin University

Look up on a clear night and you can see some circular formations on the face of our lunar neighbour. 1,020 more words


Wonder Wednesday

The 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 moon landing happens this weekend.  Watching and listening to the many recaps and recollections these past few weeks has had me repeatedly being moved by the magnificence that is when we come together to work towards, and achieve, amazing endeavours.  164 more words


Space/Aeronautics (April 1969)

Continuing our trip through some 1969 Space/Aeronautics magazines in honor of the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 moon landing. As I said before, there is some really great art work in these ads. 178 more words


My First Blog Post

Hi, its Suzanne

Lets explore space together and find Nibiru!

Be yourself; Everyone else is already taken.

— Oscar Wilde.

This is the first post on my new blog.

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An Introduction to Planet Earth

A ball of rock in motion

Flying fast through empty space




All occupy this place

Spinning like a top

While it’s orbiting at pace… 243 more words


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Out-of-this-World Coloring Contest: Winner Announced

We have a winner in our 2019 Out-of-this-World Coloring Contest. We had 26 entries total and all were truly amazing! Library staff from several different departments reviewed the submitted artwork and then picked our final winner. 24 more words

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