eSelenology

The Online Journal of the American Lunar Society

Archives for the ‘Recent Issue 2’ Category

Summer 2013

By • Sep 26th, 2013 • Category: Recent Issue 2

* The Skyris Planetary Cameras: a review
* The Photography of Robert Reeves
* Voyage To the Moon



Winter 2011-2012

By • May 16th, 2012 • Category: Recent Issue 2, Uncategorized

*How Cecil Rhodes Could Have Built a Space Elevator to the Moon
* The December 10 Lunar Eclipse
* GRAIL
* Lobate Scarps
* LRO Reveals the Soviet Lunokhod Rovers



Spring 2011

By • Apr 18th, 2011 • Category: Recent Issue 2, Uncategorized

* Brainstorming a Lavatube Skylight Explorer Probe
* The Photography of Howard Eskilden
* Investigation about the digital elevation map (DEM) obtained with the Lunar Orbiter Laser Altimeter (LOLA) instrument on the Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter (LRO): Application in Lunar Studies



Fall 2010

By • Dec 23rd, 2010 • Category: Recent Issue 2

* Determination of a Feature’s Vertical Profile

* Spectroscopy: A How-to for Amateurs

* Tidal Heating in the Earth-Moon System

* Dionysius (available online).



Summer 2010

By • Jul 29th, 2010 • Category: Recent Issue 2

* A National Parks System for the Moon
* Lunar Dust



Spring 2009

By • Jun 14th, 2009 • Category: Recent Issue 2

As part of the Year of Science, the entire spring issue is being made available online.This issue includes the following articles and features:

* It Was Then Lunik

* A History of Lunar Exploration

* From the Papers



Winter 2009

By • Jan 31st, 2009 • Category: Recent Issue 2

* Re-thinking Lunar Origin Models

* The Photography of Howard Eskildsen

* Prinz and Nearby Features

* Venus Occultation



Fall 2008

By • Nov 11th, 2008 • Category: Recent Issue 2

Selenology, Vol. 27, No. 3, Fall 2008 This issue includes the following articles and features: * Identification of Lunar Flashes * The Photography of Rik Hill * Observing the Moon:  A Guide for Beginners



Measuring the Width of Rimae Prinz

By • Sep 10th, 2008 • Category: Recent Issue 2

By Raffaello Lena Measuring the width of Rimae Prinz at various points along its length using Apollo and earth-based telescopic imagery. ** Selenology, Vol. 27, No. 2, Summer 2008.