NASA-Funded Halsey Exhibit Explores Lunar History

Charleston City Paper | November 10, 2011
Galileo created the first telescope in the 17th century, and now, 400 years later, we've got Google Moon, an application that allows users to get a live satellite view of the lunar surface. In 2009, scientists found water on the moon, and College of Charleston Professor Cassandra Runyon was one of the lead scientists in the discovery.

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