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Harrison Schmitt and moon boulder on Apollo 17. (NASA)
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The Last Time We Visited the Moon

Where were you in 1972? That was the last time humans stood on surface of the Moon.

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The moon - April 15. (Fullerton Photo)
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Bitterroot Valley Clouds Clear for Lunar Eclipse

The moon was coming out of the total eclipse when I snapped this photo.

The clouds parted in time for Bitterroot Valley residents to view the eclipse - the first of four this year and next.

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Moon. (Fullerton/KLYQ File Photo)
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Lunar Eclipse On-line April 15

If we have clouds in the Bitterroot Valley during the lunar eclipse Tuesday morning, try this website at University of North Dakota.

The lunar eclipse will begin after midnight with an orange moon in the sky about an hour or so later.

The color of the moon comes from the sunlig

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Venus and the Moon over the Bitterroot Mountains, Hamilton, MT. (Fullerton Photo)
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Night Sky Viewing is Good – But Cold!

The Moon and the planet Venus are 'rubbing shoulders' this week in the early night sky.

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Reporter Fails to Notice Man With Pants Down Right Behind Him

Omari Fleming may be a star reporter, but it's the "moon" behind him that's got people talking in this video.

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Moonrise in New Zealand. (Mark Gee Video at apod.nasa.gov)
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Wanna See Something Cool? Part One 2013

I created this series to show off some amazing photos and videos from around the world and from out in space.

I did a few of these back in 2012 and we begin 2013 with an image from New Zealand. A video using an extreme telephoto lens with some accompanying music creates a memorable scene

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Was “One Small Step” a Lie?

If you haven’t heard already, apparently Neil Armstrong lied about having not preplanned the phrase “That’s one small step for man, one giant leap for mankind.” Neil had always insisted that he came up with the phrase after he landed on the moon. Neil’s brother however, is telling a different story now that Neil is dead.

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December 13, 1972, the Lunar Rover camera caught the lift-off the Apollo 17 Lander. (YouTube/NASA)
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40 Years Ago – Apollo 17 Leaves the Moon

We've been remembering the last human visit to our Moon this week. For December 14, instead of a photo, we have video.

During the three-day stay on the moon for the Apollo 17 astronauts, they were watched on every moonwalk by NASA in Houston

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Harrison Schmitt found a few outstanding boulders on the Moon. (Apollo 17/NASA)
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40 Years Ago – Day Two on the Moon for Apollo 17

The last two men to visit Earth's Moon used the Lunar Rover to cover some ground and visit interesting places near the landing site. Here (see photo) Harrison Schmitt is photographed by Gene Cernan next to one of the larger rock samples in Taurus-Littrow Valley

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Lunar Rover at Shorty Crater.
The Lunar rover at Shorty Crater on the Moon in 1972. (Apollo 17/NASA)
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40 Years Ago – Apollo 17 Lands on Moon

Yes, 40 years ago, two American astronauts guided the lunar lander down to the rugged area - Taurus Littrow - on Earth's Moon. It was here that the only geologist to visit the moon - Harrison Schmitt - began his excited search of the landscape

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