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As It Happened is a series of vodcasts that brings the Apollo missions back to life, as humankind journeyed to the Moon. Each video celebrates one mission of the Apollo Program, from Apollo 7 to Apollo 17.

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Get the latest unique lunar content here, from the Solar System Exploration Research Virtual Institute. Featuring exclusive interviews with the top lunar experts, the SSERVI Podcasts are a great way to learn more about the Moon and what’s going on in lunar science and exploration frontiers.

Vodcasts SSERVI brings you the latest unique lunar content here. Featuring exclusive interviews with the top lunar experts, these SSERVI videos are a great way to learn more about the Moon and what’s going on in lunar science and exploration frontiers.

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  • Observations of the lunar impact plume from the LCROSS event

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    McMath‐Pierce telescope observed sodium (Na) emission from LCROSS impact on October 9, 2009.When the Lunar Crater Observing and Sensing Satellite (LCROSS) impacted Cabeus crater on October 9th, it pitched up frozen water along with some sodium, astronomers reported today.

    According to the LCROSS team, the impact event pitched up about 660 pounds of water frozen on the bottom of the crater. NLSI researcher R. M. Killen at NASA’s Goddard Spaceflight Center reported that the plume also contained about 3.3 pounds of sodium chloride.

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The Moon's magnetic field is 100 to 1000 times weaker than the Earth's.

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