|Exploring the Moon - A Teacher's Guide|
The rocks and sediment collected by Apollo astronauts contain vital clues to the formation of Earth and the Moon. Most of this information, including crucial parts of the history of Earth, cannot be learned by studying rocks on Earth because it is so geologically active. Teachers may use these materials to teach lunar geology and landforms, rocks and minerals, and the history and future of lunar exploration. The materials presented here include activities, information on obtaining and using the Lunar Sample Disk, fact sheets, a "Progress in Lunar Science" chart, resources for each unit, a glossary, and additional NASA educational resources.
Intended for grade levels:
Type of resource:
Adobe Acrobat reader
Cost / Copyright:
NASA materials may not be used to state or imply the endorsement by NASA or by any NASA employee of a commercial product, service or activity, or used in any other manner that might mislead. NASA should be acknowledged as the source of its material. It is unlawful to falsely claim copyright or other rights in NASA material. NASA shall in no way be liable for any costs, expenses, claims or demands arising out of use of NASA's cassettes and photographs by a recipient or a recipient's distributees. NASA personnel are not authorized to sign indemnity or hold harmless statements, releases from copyright infringement, or documents granting exclusive use rights.
DLESE Catalog ID: NASA-Edmall-2395
Resource contact / Creator / Publisher:
Contributor: Gordon McKay
NASA JSC Earth Science and Solar System Exploration Division