1. An interview with a moon rock investigator.

    Read The Case of the Missing Moon Rocks

  2. Now that these moon rocks are on the auction block, revisit Joe Kloc’s science crime caper The Case of the Missing Moon Rocks

  3. thedailyfeed:

NASA just released this photo of Apollo 17 astronaut Harrison Schmitt roving the lunar landscape in 1972, the last time man walked on the moon. 

Read The Case of the Missing Moon Rocks, and find out what happened to the Apollo 17 moon rocks!

    thedailyfeed:

    NASA just released this photo of Apollo 17 astronaut Harrison Schmitt roving the lunar landscape in 1972, the last time man walked on the moon. 

    Read The Case of the Missing Moon Rocks, and find out what happened to the Apollo 17 moon rocks!

  4. An update on Joe Gutheinz, the moon rock hunter at the heart of The Case of the Missing Moon Rocks. 

    An update on Joe Gutheinz, the moon rock hunter at the heart of The Case of the Missing Moon Rocks

  5. Listen a podcast from our New America NYC event “From Science to Obsession.”

  6. Photos from our event last night at New America NYC, From Science to Obsession, with Amy Harmon, John Rennie, Jay Kirk, and Joe Kloc.  

    Photos from our event last night at New America NYC, From Science to Obsession, with Amy Harmon, John Rennie, Jay Kirk, and Joe Kloc.  

  7. Reading List for Monday’s Event

    Don’t miss our New America NYC event “From Science to Obsession” on Monday, March 19, featuring Joe Kloc, Jay Kirk, Amy Harmon, and John Rennie. 

    Here’s a reading list with some great stories by our panelists: 

  8. Join us Monday for a discussion about science and obsession. Joe Kloc will discuss his new story The Case of the Missing Moon Rocks. RSVP here

    smithsonianmag:

    Getting Up on the Moon Looks Like Fun

    Charlie Duke drives a penetrometer into the soil and falls forward to the ground. It takes three attempts for him to get back up by doing press-ups to a kneeling position before standing.

    Source: http://www.hq.nasa.gov/alsj/a16/video16.html

  9. I love it when a true story is better than fiction.

    — Boing Boing reviews The Case of the Missing Moon Rocks

  10. Join us on March 19 for our New America NYC event From Science to Obsession, a conversation about the line between passion and compulsion, and what separates the curious scientific collector from the insatiable obsessive. RSVP here. 

    Join us on March 19 for our New America NYC event From Science to Obsession, a conversation about the line between passion and compulsion, and what separates the curious scientific collector from the insatiable obsessive. RSVP here