Art and science meet up at exhibit at the UA's Lunar and Planetary Lab.
Unless you're enough of an lunar fanatic to wake up at 3 a.m., a total eclipse of the moon will occur while you are sleeping tomorrow morning.
If you rise any time before dawn, go outside for a look.
Mercury is reasonably bright, but difficult to see so close to the sun.
International Observe the Moon Night will be celebrated with telescopes, talks and a laser-light show.
International Observe the Moon Night is Saturday
If you follow the moon tonight with binoculars or a small telescope as it rises above the mountains, I guarantee you will have a delightful time watching it slide past the distant mountain peaks.
PASADENA, Calif. — A pair of NASA spacecraft tumbled out of orbit around the moon and crashed back-to-back into the surface on Monday, ending a mission that peered into the lunar interior.
Attention wealthy nations and billionaires: A team of former NASA executives will fly you to the moon in an out-of-this-world commercial venture combining the wizardry of Apollo and the marketing of Apple.
Today is Thanksgiving, and there are countless things to be thankful for in this great nation.
Tonight, from 6 to 8 p.m. is the Autumn Moon Festival at the Tucson Chinese Cultural Center, 1288 W. River Road.
Apollo 14 Astronaut Alan B. Shepard Jr., who hit three golf balls while on the moon, conducts an experiment near a lunar crater, using an instrument from the two-wheeled rickshaw cart carrying the various test tools on Feb. 13, 1971. It was from this cart that Shepard took one tool, screwed …
Tyler Jensen, left, and Thomas Hillebrand are putting together the teaching module of the University of Arizona's Lunar Greenhouse, which is headed to San Diego and Chicago to raise awareness about the greenhouse and hydroponic gardening. A prototype greenhouse is at the right.
A greenhouse designed for extraterrestrial use is taking a more terrestrial trip this summer.
Getting a play on the boards is a bit of insanity. Doing it in
24 hours — including writing the play — is complete, absolute,
JOHANNESBURG — An outraged U.N. torture investigator said
Thursday he believes Zimbabwe's president may be the reason he was
blocked from the country, a move that could further isolate the