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Ask a Lunar Scientist is a service to answer questions from the public about lunar science. Begin by searching our database of previous Questions and Answers. If you can’t find the information there, click Submit a Question and have your question answered by a scientist from SSERVI.

Below you will find a list of questions that have video answers available. Simply click on an image to view a segment.


List of Questions and Answers
Answered by the NASA Lunar Science Institute

What causes an eclipse of the moon?
Answered by Doris Daou of the NASA Lunar Science Institute

Why does the moon look like it changes?
Answered by Doris Daou of the NASA Lunar Science Institute

Why doesn’t the moon fall down?
Answered by Doris Daou of the NASA Lunar Science Institute

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The moon is not round, but slightly egg shaped with the large end pointed towards earth.

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