To mark the anniversary of Apollo 17 and 50 years since humans last set foot on the Moon, the Royal Observatory Greenwich held a live observation of the lunar surface online.
Hosted by Public Astronomy Officer Dr Gregory Brown, we took a detailed look at the Moon through the Royal Observatory's Annie Maunder Astrographic Telescope, and examined the giant leaps for mankind made by the Apollo programme.
You can watch back the broadcast here:
We also delve into the history of lunar observation, as well as the next phase of exploring our celestial neighbour: NASA's ambitious Artemis programme.
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