The International Space Station can be seen as a small object in upper left of this image of the moon in the early evening Jan. 4 in the skies over the Houston area flying at an altitude of kilometers miles).
This image shows the International Space Station transiting the Moon. Juan Gonzalez-Alicea captured the image on Dec. 6 from western Puerto Rico using a Canon with a 300 mm lens. [Read the Full Story Behind this Photo Here]
The surface of the Moon just got funkier. Variations in the lunar gravity field as measured by NASA's Gravity Recovery and Interior Laboratory (GRAIL) during the primary mapping mission from March to May (Courtesy: NASA/JPL-Caltech/MIT/GSFC)