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Celebrate the 2024 Eclipse with LROC

Image of the Sun almost completely covered by the Moon taken by the LROC team during the 2023 Annular Eclipse in Mesa Verde National Park, Colorado.

Published on 22 Mar 2024

Ready to Launch: Arizona's Place in Space Exhibit

The LROC lunar nearside mosaic, created using 1300 images acquired in a two week period with the Wide Angle Camera (WAC), on display beside an Edwin Aldrin Apollo EMU spacesuit...

Published on 24 May 2021

AGU 2019 Fall Meeting

Join LROC at this year's American Geophysical Union (AGU) Fall Meeting from Dec. 9-13, at the Moscone Center in the heart of beautiful downtown San...

Published on 05 Dec 2019

Ten Years of NAC Imaging: Fun Visualization!

This week the LROC team looked back on ten years of lunar exploration at the Planetary Data Workshop, in Flagstaff, AZ. For this presentation, two 80+ GiB montages were created...

Published on 18 Jun 2019

A New Moon Rises

The LROC Team at Arizona State University is proud to announce an exciting new exhibit featuring some of the most compelling images collected by LROC over the past six years:...

Published on 26 Feb 2016

Lunar Landscapes

Beginning 2 November 2012, you can visit the Moon through Lunar Landscapes, an exciting new exhibit featuring the most current images from NASA's Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter...

Published on 18 Oct 2012

International Observe the Moon Night

Explore the Moon with the LROC team at the Arizona Museum of Natural History for International Observe the Moon Night on Saturday September 22nd!

Published on 13 Sep 2012

LROC K-12 Art Program

The Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter Camera (LROC) announces The Moon and Me K-12 Art Challenge! American students have the chance to submit artwork that answers the question: What...

Published on 28 Mar 2011

Exciting New Results from LROC Data

LROC images are providing important new insights into the geology of the Moon and helping to define key targets for future lunar exploration.

Published on 23 Aug 2010

First Images

It was one year ago, 30 June 2009, when LROC was powered up and sent back its first images from the Moon.

Published on 30 Jun 2010

One Year!

LRO was launched one year ago today, 18 June 2009, 5:32pm EDT.

Published on 18 Jun 2010

Lunar and Planetary Science Conference This Week

The biggest planetary science meeting of the year takes place this week (March 1-5) in Woodlands TX. There are more than 25 LROC specific presentations and many other lunar...

Published on 01 Mar 2010

LCROSS Impacts the Moon!

The Lunar CRater Observation and Sensing Satellite (LCROSS) impacted the Moon as planned on 7:31 a.m. (EDT) Oct. 9

Published on 10 Oct 2009

Moonwall Exhibit Opens

A new exhibit, Moonwall, has recently opened at Adler Planetarium. Moonwall is an interactive flight over the Moon which will feature the latest high resolution data returned...

Published on 21 Sep 2009

LRO Launches Successfully

LRO, carrying the LROC and LCROSS instruments was successfully launched at 5:32 U.S. Eastern. Congratulations!

Published on 18 Jun 2009