One of the many resources on the Lunar and Planetary Institute website is an online atlas of lunar surface flyovers, a new tool for both scientists and mission planners. The videos provide amazing views of the Moon and a way for scientists to study the geology of the lunar surface.
The James Webb Telescope is coming together, piece by piece. Find out about its construction and testing on the Behind the Webb podcast.
The National Academies Press has a collection of space exploration and weather documents online available to purchase, to read online for free, or to download for free. Check out these informative and forward-looking reports.
The new reception gallery exhibit in the USRA-Houston building is “To Boldly and Safely Go: Biostatistics in Space” by USRA’s Dr. Robert Ploutz-Snyder, a biostatistician who works at the Johnson Space Center.
Want to propose a special session for the 47th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference? Submit ideas and suggestions for special sessions no later than Friday, October 2, 2015 via the online submission form.
“New Titles in Astrobiology” is the newest display in the library. (Items on display may be checked out.)
Mars enthusiasts around the world can participate in NASA’s journey to Mars by adding their names to a silicon microchip headed to the Red Planet aboard NASA’s InSight Mars lander, scheduled to launch next year. Hurry–the last day to register is September 8.
Mars on the go! Keep up with NASA’s Mars missions with several Mars apps for mobile and tablet devices.
The library just got several new DVDs for the collection. They are currently on display.