Latest Mass concentration Stories
Researchers from Purdue University and MIT have solved the long-standing mystery of why the moon’s gravitational force is stronger in some areas than in others.
A huge amount of scientific data have been accumulated by the CE-1 lunar orbiter.
A new NASA mission named GRAIL aims to map the moon's quirky gravity field and thus pave the way for future exploration.
Owing to SMART-1â€™s high resolution and favourable illumination conditions during the satelliteâ€™s scientific operations, data from Europeâ€™s lunar orbiter is helping put together a story linking geological and volcanic activity on the Moon.
Near the end of the mission of Apollo 16, on April 24, 1972, just before returning back home to Earth, the three astronauts released one last scientific experiment: a small "subsatellite" called PFS-2 to orbit the Moon about every 2 hours. Then something bizarre happened.
Planetary scientists have found evidence of a meteor impact much larger and earlier than the one that killed the dinosaurs -- an impact that they believe caused the biggest mass extinction in Earth's history.