Lunar Librarian Newsletter
LRO News: Launch a success and LRO begins to provide the first Moon images. LRO sees the Apollo landing sites.. and more!
LRO News: LRO's day in space is rapidly approaching. There is so much going on down at Cape Canaveral and here at NASA Goddard. Scientists and engineers are running through simulations, and practicing what will happen on the day of launch.
LRO News: We have confirmed that all of the instruments are still performing well, and we have checked their alignments. Experiment : "Investigating Ice Worlds"
LRO News: The Orbiter is on its way to Florida! NASA News: Checking Out the Sun with the Solar Dynamics Observatory
LRO News: We moved the Orbiter out of the vacuum chamber and back to the clean room. Feature : "To Protect and Enable Living Things on the Moon"
LRO News: LRO, has successfully completed thermal vacuum testing . NASA News: 40th Anniversary of Apollo 8. Monthly Activity : "Seeing the Invisible"
LRO News: Thermal Vacuum Testing. NASA News: "Mars Phoenix Lander Mission on the Red Planet has Come to an End." Activity : "Sweat it Out"
LRO News: The Orbiter is finally ready for the last of the environmental tests - thermal vacuum. Group photo of LRO team. Librarians go on 'field trip' to KSC. Activity: "How do you tell time in space?"
LRO News: From August 21 to August 25, the LRO team rehearsed the first five days of the mission. Feature: "The relative sizes of the sun and stars"
LRO News: The Orbiter completed its mechanical environments testing. After measuring the mass properties of the spacecraft, we completed 3 axes of sine vibration, acoustics testing, and shock testing.
LRO News: The LRO team has been busy finishing all the details. We are checking out every heater and temperature sensor connection, shielding cables, tying harnesses down for flight, and installing blankets.
LRO News: In April, two instruments, LEND and LOLA, were installed on the Orbiter. The blanket team has been working hard.
Wondering what it takes to put an orbiter together? Watch the LRO being assembled.
LRO News: LRO's assembly in the 'White House'
Happy new year from LRO! LRO News: LRO's modular spacecraft design is really paying off.
Happy holidays from LRO! In the librarian news : Exploring the Moon at the Malvern Public Library
LRO News: The LEND instrument engineering unit is in the Flatsab lab undergoing interface testing. The LRO PSE completed its vibration testing this week.
LRO News: The propusion module completed its proof pressure testing and sharing the "Big Top" clean tent with the Solar Dynamic Observatory module.
LRO News: The Instrument Module was put through several tests in August. These tests simulating launch level vibrations in order to prove that the equipment can withstand the launch.
The Phoenix rises from the ashes... Off to Mars we go!! This mission will be different than previous missions to Mars. Unlike previous landers, the Phoenix will not rove over the Martian surface, but crawl.
Find out "Who Owns the Moon?", and recent Science news and information about the MESSENGER mission.
We have an article on the Explore! To the Moon and Beyond! website, "Return to the Moon: The Journey Begins Now" movie trailer, the Queen's visit, and the activity of the month: Creating a Scale Model of the Earth-Moon System.
The articles in this issue are LRO Assembly Progress, LRO EPO Welcomes Arizona Librarians, First 3-D Images of the Sun, Links of the Month, Science News at NASA, and librarian news. This month's activity is "Solar System Distance Activity"
The articles in this issue are LRO Updated Webpage and New Animations, New Group of LRO Librarians, STEREO ? A new look at the Sun from two different points of view, Links of the Month, Science News at NASA, and librarian news. This month's activity is "Globe At Night".
The articles in this issue are LRO Passes Critical Design Review, Twenty Full Moons, Moon, Mars, and Beyond, GSFC Speakers' Bureau, Links of the Month, Science News at NASA, and librarian news. This month's activity is "Building a Lunar Base."
The articles in this issue are Meteorite impacting the Moon, Concept Studies for Possible future Discovery Program Missions, Should Pluto be a planet?, Science News at NASA, and librarian news. This month's activity is "Solar System Scale Activity"
The articles in this issue are Mission Impact: The LCROSS Mission to the Moon, Goddard Scientist Wins Nobel Prize for Physics, NASA Goes Extreme, Science News at NASA, and librarian news. This month's activity is "Cookin' Up a Comet".
The articles in this issue are MOLA, MLA, and LOLA: Three Generations of Laser Altimeters, Discovery and New Frontiers Programs, Science News at NASA, and librarian news. This month's activity is "Ping-pong Altimetry Activity".
The articles in this issue are meeting one of LRO's aerospace engineers, Mark Beckman, Science on a Sphere, How to request an astronaut speaker, Science News at NASA, and librarian news. This month's activity is "Ice in the Shadows".
The articles in this issue are about LRO, the Ozone Garden at GSFC, Science News at NASA, and librarian news. This month's activity is "How far is the Moon?"
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