This website is about school observations of the Moon that can be and are supposed to be carried out by students.

Moon Image by student Javier Casado (Spain) from International Astronomical Summer School 2009, 50/70 Schmidtteleskop + CCD, National Astronomical Observatory-Rozhen, Bulgaria.
Moon Image by student Javier Casado (Spain) from International Astronomical Summer School 2009, 50/70 Schmidtteleskop + CCD, National Astronomical Observatory-Rozhen, Bulgaria.
Moon Image by student Vergil Iotov (Bulgaria) from International Astronomical Summer School 2009, 50/70 Schmidtteleskop + CCD, National Astronomical Observatory-Rozhen, Bulgaria.
Moon Image by student Vergil Iotov (Bulgaria) from International Astronomical Summer School 2009, 50/70 Schmidtteleskop + CCD, National Astronomical Observatory-Rozhen, Bulgaria.

On this website students are challenged to observe the Moon, to become familiar with certain lunar features, and observe short term lunar events such as white glow, the darkening over certain regions and features of the lunar surface.

Students are challenged to prepare reports of their visual, photographic, web and CCD observations of the Moon.

Students can also calculate the size of the many of the Moon’s features and send their reports to observational archive of the website.