1. Virtual Moon Atlas
This lunar atlas is a free new version with some lovely geological mapping:
2. The Lunar 100 observing challenge
The Lunar 100 is a list compiled by Charles Wood writing in the Sky and Telescope magazine that attempts to provide a selection of 100 of the most interesting telescopic sights.
L100 Info Sheets: http://www.spacegazer.com/Documents/Astronomy%20Projects/Lunar_100_sheets.pdf
3. Observing Tool
SkyPortal is a great free planetarium app that uses your phone GPS and sensors to show you what is in your night sky.
4. Good guide to photographing the Moon
NASA Virtual tour:
5. Impact Simulator
To investigate how the lunar craters formed check out the impact simulator – can you create craters the same size as the craters we observe on the Moon?
6. Hands-on Activity Generating Craters
Get messy with flour!
7. Explore the Apollo 11 virtual reality experience – launch a Saturn V rocket in your living room!!
8. Submit your photos to the SuperLuna 2021 Flickr Group
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