Call for Volunteers

Membership Membership Committee The Moon Society thrives on its active membership. The Membership Committee can assist with the development of new “schwag” items for promotion of the Society and for sale on our upcoming Lunar Traders store.   Chapters Chapters Coordinator Chapters are associations of persons in the same geographic area who have joined together to […]

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2018 Annual Meeting Announcement

The Moon Society invites all members to attend our Annual Meeting which will be held on Sunday, August 5th at 6pm Central Time in our online Slack #auditorium channel. Topics include: 2018-2019 Election Results Annual Report by the President Existing and proposed new projects Recent updates to our websites including Lunarpedia Digital & physical publications […]

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Annual Elections are underway!

Our 2018-2019 election cycle is now underway.  According to our bylaws, since this is an even-numbered year, we will be electing the following positions: President Secretary Board Seat #1 (of 5) Board Seat #2 (of 5) Here are the Candidate statements: Michael Mealling for President Philip Crume for Board Seat #1 Rosalie Dieteman for Board […]

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University of Luna Award Given to Dr. A.P.J. Abdul Kalam, Former President of India

Dave Dunlop presenting award to Dr. Kalam

9.30.2010 – Today, the Moon Society presented its University of Luna Award to Dr. A.P.J. Abdul Kalam for his vision and advocacy of space solar power to meet global requirements for clean energy, economic development, and environmental restoration. David A. Dunlop, Moon Society Director of Project Development and our  unofficial roving Ambassador, made the presentation at […]

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Moon Society Congratulates India’s Chandrayaan-1 Team for Discovery of Intact Lava Tube Section on the Moon

February 25, 2011 – Today, ISRO, the Indian Space Research Organization, has released a paper detailing the discovery of a 1.72 kilometer long (5,733 ft.) intact lava tube section in the south western reaches of Oceanus Procellarum, the Ocean of Storms. The data was compiled by Chandrayaan-1‘s Terrain Mapping Camera (TMC), one of the eleven […]

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