We have a full moon this weekend. Stargazers will be complaining about the huge glowing face polluting the sky with light, but why not get out there and study our partner planet, good old Luna? Elsewhere in this blog, I’m going on and on about my trip through the Grand Canyon. Today I was searching for information on the rock layers, to improve the titles on some of my pictures. And what did I find? An astronomy resource!
Here it is: a great essay by Professor Charles Cowley of the University of Michigan, who uses the stratigraphy of the Grand Canyon to explain the layers and rock formations on the moon. Go here, read this! Thanks, Professor Cowley!