- Google Moon - mapping the Moon's surface
- Lunar Rover (courtesy of NASA)
- NASA Image Exchange (search for moon)
- General Image Search
- Lunar Fact Sheet Compare the moon with other objects in our Solar System from National Space Science Data Center
- Phases of the Moon: Current data on the phases of the Moon
- Stardate: Includes an almanac of moon data
- Inconstant Moon: Lunar data
- US Naval Observatory :Data on sunrise, sunset, phases of the moon, etc.
- NOAA Tides online: Tide predictions for the United States
- Phases of the Moon: Determine the phases of the Moon for any day, any year
- Tides: Get current tide data and predictions
- Lunar Map (courtesy of Sky & Telescope ; copyright 1997; Sky Publishing)
- Lunar and Planetary Library Lunar and Planetary Institute
You are members of a scientific team bound for a permanent research station on the surface of the Moon. Unfortunately, your lunar craft malfunctions, forcing an emergency landing in Mare Crisium, approximately 300 km from the research station at Mare Serenitatis. Both you and the research station are currently on the lighted surface of the Moon. During the landing process, much of the equipment aboard has been damaged, and since survival depends on reaching the research station, only the most critical items must be chosen for the trek. Below you will find a list of the 15 items left intact following the emergency landing. As a group, you must reach consensus regarding the relative importance of these items in your mission to reach help at the research station.