Full moon in the sky

"The Moon" (11-15-2011)   Visit the Website

Full Show: The Moon is the easiest thing to see in the night sky. About the fourth the size of Earth, the Moon has long fascinated scientists and it remains the only body in space explored by humans in person. Joan Cartan-Hansen and her guest scientists, Jason Barnes, professor of astronomy from the University of Idaho and Daryl Macomb, associate professor of physics from Boise State University, answer questions about our celestial neighbor.

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Video Short: The Moon is Earth's closest neighbor. Learn more about this heavenly body and what it tells us about our own planet.

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Web Extra: Guest scientists Jason Barnes and Daryl Macomb stay after to answer more questions about the moon.

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