Author: Tom Haeberle

A Wild West Welcome to Mars Hill!

There is a very short window to observe Mars at its best opposition, this year being one of those good years; it won’t happen again

Apollo 11: Chasing Moon Shadows

Total solar eclipses happen often but usually in places far away and seemingly problematic to get to.  But of all those seen over millennia, only

Apollo 12 the Real Unlucky Number?

Amidst a Sea of Storms (Oceanus Procellarum) the Apollo XII lunar module lander, Intrepid, landed on the Moon with nearly pin-point accuracy on November 19, 1969,