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Science from Early Career Researchers in the School of Physical Sciences article icon

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Science from Early Career Researchers in the School of Physical Sciences

This collection of articles and videos explores how early career scientists within the School of Physical Sciences carry out research to learn more about the world, and space, we live in.

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The rotating Moon

Find out more about the Moon’s state of synchronous rotation

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Phobos – an asteroid masquerading as a moon of Mars? article icon

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Phobos – an asteroid masquerading as a moon of Mars?

Zoe Morland, a PhD student in The School of Physical Sciences, looks at Phobos - one of Mars' moons and how space agencies are going to investigate its composition.

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Discover Moon minerals

View the Moon Minerals book published by Professor Mahesh Anand and Dr Andy Tindle.

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Moons

Explore our collection of courses, articles, videos, audios and interactive features on Moons. 

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Apollo 11’s ‘one small step’ sparked a new rush to reach the Moon article icon

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Apollo 11’s ‘one small step’ sparked a new rush to reach the Moon

When Apollo 11 landed on the Moon on 20 July 1969, history was made. Fifty years later, it stands as arguably the greatest achievement of the 20th century and a testament to human endeavour and perseverance.

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What does Moon music sound like?

Listen to the Earth’s Reflection – a specially commissioned piece of music composed by Yazz Ahmed in collaboration with Dr Mahesh Anand.

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Living on the Moon

Members of The Open University contribute to a video by the Royal Society, explaining how to survive on the Moon for more than a couple of days.

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Explore Moon rocks collected from the first Moon landing

Use our Virtual Microscope to examine a selection of Moon rocks collected by Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin, from the Apollo 11 mission in 1969.

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Apollo 11 and 50 years of research on Moon rocks

The first Moon landing is arguably the most important event for humankind. Dr Mahesh Anand and Dr Andrew G Tindle, shed light on the work which has taken place with the Moon rocks taken from that mission.

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Prospecting for water on the Moon

The last 50 years of lunar science have taught us that the Moon still holds many mysteries. Dr Simeon Barber explores prospecting for water on the Moon. 

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Other Moons

It's 50 years since the first human landings on the Moon. Professor David A Rothery explains that we should not forget that there are moons in abundance, elsewhere in our Solar System.

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