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628 - June 2005, One Hour After the Moon-Forming Collision
628 - June 2005
One Hour After the Moon-Forming Collision

 

590 - March 2003, Birthing the Moon
590 - March 2003
Birthing the Moon

 

557 - May 2002, We Were There
557 - May 2002
We Were There

 

556 - May 2002, Escape Velocity
556 - May 2002
Escape Velocity

 

555 - March 2002, Basin-Forming Collision on the Early Moon
555 - March 2002
Basin-Forming Collision on the Early Moon

 

554 - March 2002, On an Earth-Approaching Asteroid - Passing by the Earth Moon System
554 - March 2002
On an Earth-Approaching Asteroid - Passing by the Earth Moon System

 

528 - September 14, 2000, Among the Lunar Rocks
528 - September 14, 2000
Among the Lunar Rocks

 

507 - July 1999, As the Moon Formed
507 - July 1999
As the Moon Formed

 

506A - July 1999, Contact - The Collision that Created the Moon
506A - July 1999
Contact - The Collision that Created the Moon

 

506 - July 1999, Contact - The Collision that Created the Moon
506 - July 1999
Contact - The Collision that Created the Moon

 

489 - August 1997, Late Afternoon on the Moon
489 - August 1997
Late Afternoon on the Moon

 

472 - March 1997 - September 1998, The Discover of
472 - March 1997-September 1998
The Discovery of America

 

461 - November 1996, Beyond the Clouds
461 - November 1996
Beyond the Clouds

 

460 - Ocotber 1996, A Fine Day (70 nMillion Years Ago)
460 - October 1996
A Fine Day (70 Million Years Ago)

 

447 - June 1996, Five Hours After the Impact that Formed the Moon
447 - June 1996
Five Hours After the Impact that Formed the Moon

 

440 - November 1995, Stars Above and Stars Below: Fantasia on Sonoran Desert
440 - November 1995
Stars Above and Stars Below: Fantasia on Sonoran Desert Sunset

 

435 - September 1995, Homage to Bonestell
435 - September 1995
Homage to Bonestell

 

397 - June 1994, When the Moon was Very Young
397 - June 1994
When the Moon was Very Young

 

351 - February 1992, Returned to the Moon
351 - February 1992
Returned to the Moon

 

331.5 - January 1978 and May 1991, Early Crater
331.5 - January 1978 and May 1991
Early Crater

 

329 - February 1991, Early Earth from Early Moon
329 - February 1991
Early Earth from Early Moon

 

328 - February 1991, One Month After End of Cretaceous
328 - February 1991
One Month After End of Cretaceous

 

300 - September 1989, Collision that Formed the Moon
300 - September 1989
Collision that Formed the Moon

 

287 - March 5, 1989, Apollo Asteroid
287 - March 5, 1989
Apollo Asteroid

 

284 - August 29, 1988, "Family": 54,000 km Beyond the Moon
284 - August 29, 1988
"Family": 54,000 km Beyond the Moon

 

266 - April 1987, Lunar Landscape - Midday on the Moon
266 - April 1987
Lunar Landscape - Midday on the Moon

 

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230A
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230 - August 1985, Origin of the Moon
230 - August 1985
Origin of the Moon

 

228 - April 1985, Next Step: Over the Moon
228 - April 1985
Next Step: Over the Moon

 

214 - May 1984, The Lunar Base Near the Orientale Basin Scarps During Eclipse
214 - May 1984
The Lunar Base Near the Orientale Basin Scarps During Eclipse

 

210 - December 1983, On the Floor of Lunar Crater Tycho
210 - December 1983
On the Floor of Lunar Crater Tycho

 

204 - October 1983, Earthrise from Lunar Orbit with ?????/Soyuz Type Spacecraft
204 - October 1983
Earthrise from Lunar Orbit with ?????/Soyuz Type Spacecraft

 

191 - March 1983, Sixty Seconds after Impact of 10km Asteroid
191 - March 1983
Sixty Seconds after Impact of 10km Asteroid

 

190B - March and June 1983, End of Cretaceious: One Second Before Impact, with 10km Diameter Asteroid
190B - March and June 1983
End of Cretaceous: One Second Before Impact, with 10km Diameter Asteroid

 

190A - March 1983, End of Cretaceious: Five Seconds Before Impact
190A - March 1983
End of Cretaceous: Five Seconds Before Impact

 

171 - April 1982, Midnight Side of Earth, Full Moon
171 - April 1982
Midnight Side of Earth, Full Moon

 

168 - January 1982, Apollo Asteroid Reconnaisance
168 - January 1982
Apollo Asteroid Reconnaisance

 

161 - August 1981, Looking Homeward - View on Moon, Earthlight
161 - August 1981
Looking Homeward - View on Moon, Earthlight

 

144 - January 1981, Sunset on Moon, Earthlight on Oreitale Cliff
144 - January 1981
Sunset on Moon, Earthlight on Orientale Cliff

 

129 - June 1980, Basalt Flow on Moon
129 - June 1980
Basalt Flow on Moon

 

105 - October 1979, Exploring a Lunar Crater
105 - October 1979
Exploring a Lunar Crater

 

Origin of the Solar System
Sun
Mercury
Venus
Earth
Moon
Mars
Asteroids
Jupiter
Saturn
Uranus
Neptune
Pluto
Comets
Eclipses
Extra-Solar Planets
Stars
Black Holes
Origin of the Earth-Moon System
Space Exploration
102.5 - November 1979, Comet Fragmenting Near Earth
102.5 - November 1979
Comet Fragmenting Near Earth

 

91 - August 1979, Full Earth at Sunrise Seen from Crater on Moon
91 - August 1979
Full Earth at Sunrise Seen from Crater on Moon

 

76 - October 1978 and February 1992, Trojan Asteroid 624 - Hektor Approaching Earth
76 - October 1978 and February 1992
Trojan Asteroid 624-Hektor Approaching Earth

 

75.5 - August 1978, Discovery on the Moon
75.5 - August 1978
Discovery on the Moon

 

72 - May 1978, Collision of Planetesimal and Earth
72 - May 1978
Collision of Planetesimal and Earth


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