I thoroughly enjoyed last nights Stargazing live on BBC2, a very technical and complex subject made interesting and easy to understand.
I thought the images and reasoning for the darkside of the moon having such a different appearance than the side we see, possibly being down to earth having two moon's at one time which colided and fused - mind blowing!
I also like that some of the moon pictures didn't look a lot better than some of mine, that was as far as I can compare my images to what was seen yesterday - fantastic!
Do you know what I can't understand though, that astronaut Eugene Cernan (what a lovely chap and so humble, who was part of the last moon landing in 1972) was being interviewed live from Houston, Texas. He was obviously sooooo interested in what he was hearing from the TV programme which was going out live from the UK and wanted so much to see it or be there - so why couldn't he? We could see him, couldn't someone have sorted out a laptop for him where he could have watched the programme as it was happening?
- here he was, all the brains and technology of NASA at his feet, walked on the moon and couldn't watch BBC2
, what a shame for him!