Text in quotes and italics are direct from the sites
GOOGLE Moon http://www.google.com/moon/
Sure, why not. Nice way to explore the moon. You can also view the moon with Google Earth
Virtual Moon Atlas http://sourceforge.net/projects/virtualmoon/
Moon simulation software for viewing moon features. Includes a measuring tool and other features.
Lunar Reconnassance Orbiter http://lunar.gsfc.nasa.gov/
Current Lunar orbiting mission
Moon Maps http://cseligman.com/text/moons/moonmap.htm
A selection of moon maps. Large images.
More Moon Maps- Printable http://pruss.mobi/moon.html
Nice selection of moon image maps
The Eclipse Page http://eclipse.gsfc.nasa.gov/lunar.html
This is the ultimate eclipse page by Fred Espenak at NASA. Everything you want to know about eclipses - Solar or Lunar.
Earth and Moon Viewer http://www.fourmilab.ch/earthview/vplanet.html
View the Earth from the Moon or Sun. View the Moon from the Earth. Moon/Earth related software (shareware) available here, too. Interactive.
The Moon at Perigee and Apogee http://www.fourmilab.ch/earthview/moon_ap_per.html
A discussion of the moon and its inconsistencies due to distance from Earth.
The Nine Planets Moon page http://nineplanets.org/luna.html
The Moon page form the Nine Planets.
Inconsistant Moon http://www.minervatech.u-net.com/moon/index.htm
"Explore the Moon... discover its dramatic features and phenomena - often
beautiful, sometimes bizarre, always changing. Inconstant Moon will take
you on a new tour each night, with maps, photos, animations, selected
links and even music!"
Lunar Prospector http://lunar.arc.nasa.gov/index.html
"Welcome to the Moon! - The Extended Mission
The NASA/Ames Research Center in Mountain View, CA invites you and the world to participate in the day-to-day events surrounding the first NASA Moon mission in 25 years! "
NASA's Lunar Prospector page. Click here to go directly to the educator's page. http://lunar.arc.nasa.gov/education/index.htm. This lists the educational resources for this site. There are lesson plans, video clips, images and science information along with much more.
Apollo Missions http://www.hq.nasa.gov/office/pao/History/alsj/frame.html
Complete information on the Apollo missions.
National Space Science Data Center http://nssdc.gsfc.nasa.gov/planetary/planets/moonpage.html
Moon and exploration information and data.
On-line Moon Atlas http://www.lpi.usra.edu/research/cla/menu.html
This is a pictorial atlas of the moon broken into parts. This is easy to navigate and find what you are looking for. There is no educational component to this site, but is a great reference. The unique thing about this site is that there are multiple pictures of the same areas at different sun angles, so you can see different features in detail depending on the shadows.
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