NASA Going to Bomb the Moon?

You may have heard recently that NASA is going to bomb the moon. Well, that's not exactly correct. The reality is that they are going to crash a probe into the moon's surface so that they can collect data from the resulting dust and debris "plume." Read More...

Total Solar Eclipse on July 22nd

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The longest solar eclipse of the century is going to take place this week. Unfortunately, for most 4th Day Alliance members, we won’t be able to see it. The following information was taken from the NASA website dedicated to solar eclipses: Read More...

Lunar Orbiter Can See Apollo Equipment on the Moon

One of the main questions, believe it or not, that we get asked whenever we have a star party is this, “Can you see the American flag on the moon with that telescope?” I know it sounds hilarious, but we get asked this all the time, and we generally only lug around an 8” telescope to our star parties.

Apollo Missions - 40th Anniversary

This year marks the 40th anniversary of the historic Apollo moon missions. NASA has created a section of their website dedicated to the memory of these missions. There is no better opportunity than now to bring to the world’s remembrance the contribution that creationists made in these missions. Read More...

NASA Heading Back to the Moon

Today, NASA is going to launch a new Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter (LRO) and a companion LCROSS (Lunar Crater Observation and Sensing Satellite) impactor to the moon. This launch will mark NASA’s first step in its long awaited return to the moon. This mission is the first of several missions that may ultimately send man back to the moon within the next decade. Read More...