<p class="post_link">Link: <a href="http://www.esa.int/esaCP/SEM8TBYRA0G_index_0.html">http://www.esa.int/esaCP/SEM8TBYRA0G_index_0.html</a></p><p>This discovery, made by the ESA-ISRO instrument "Sub-keV Atom Reflecting Analyzer" (SARA) onboard the Indian Chandrayaan-1 lunar orbiter, suggests how water is likely being created on the lunar surface.</p>
To many casual observers, the Moon Society and its website may seem to be in a state of suspended animation. Actually, nothing could be further from the truth. Yes, there are web pages that might need updating, and please do us a favor and call our attention to that so we can promptly correct our oversight.
Write a note to email@example.com Subject: web page needs to be updated
That’ll do it!
We have taken a lot of measures to help new members and older ones to keep up with our efforts.
July 20th 2009 is the 40th Anniversary of the Apollo 11 Moon landing. July 20th is also Space Exploration Day. After 40 years of space exploration it is time to begin space settlement. In order to honor all who risked their lives for space exploration and all who are dedicated to opening the new era of space settlement the Moon Society celebrates this day.
February 10, 2009 -- (Amended March 2, 2009 with the addition of Adriano Autino)
We introduced the first fifteen members of the Moon Society's then new Board of Advisors in our November 28, 2004 report and in the December issue of Moon Miners' Manifesto #181, page 11. Since then, we added five more on March 2, 2005, and four more people to the Board of Advisors on January 17, 2007.
Today we are happy to present ten more advisors. They are:
First there were earthquakes. Then there were sunquakes. Now it seems as if Earth's little sister may have caught "the shakes" which could threaten future lunar settlements.
At the January 21st Management Council meeting, it was decided to do something with our blog. This blog was created to handle daily news from our simulation crew at the Mars Desert Research Station, Feb 26-Mar 11, 2006.
After the simulation was over, I tried to keep it going and for a time I was posting 2-5 times a month. Even that pace is insufficient to keep blog watchers interested.
In between there has, I believe, been one post by Charles Radley and another by James Rogers.
We are now actively looking for more bloggers.
At its January 14th meeting, the Moon Society Management Council, mindful that different members have different ideas about how the nation's space program could be better run and better targeted, has not as yet officially endorsed either of two position papers put together separately by Director of Project Development David A. Dunlop and by Chair of the Publicity and Outreach Committee, James A. Rogers.