|From NASA's Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter (LRO)|
Welcome to Moon Month, or we could say moon moonth because the word month comes from the word moon, as it take approximately one month for the moon to go through all of it phases. We celebrate the moon in October because in October there is an exciting event called International Observe the Moon Night where people from all over the world come together to observe and celebrate Earth's only natural satellite.
Events to RememberInternational Observe the Moon Night #InOMN October 12, 2013
Facts about the Moon
|From the US Naval Observatory|
Moon Resources- More to comeInternational Observe the Moon Night - tons of information about the InNOM celebration and loads of resources for educators, parents or anyone excited about the moon.
The Earth's Moon from NASA everything you need to know about the moon and how NASA has studied it for the last 60 years.
Moon Fact Sheet - a comparison between the Earth and the Moon in size, shape, gravity etc.