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Celebrate National Moon Day!


Commemorate the day that Neil Armstrong awed the world when he visited this mysterious place.  There is where he planted the American Flag.  Apollo 11 was the spacecraft that transported Mr. Armstrong to the moon.  The mission was 8 days.  His task was to gather lunar surface samples to return to Planet Earth.  He also took many pictures of the Moon’s terrain. 

The moon is a large celestial body.  It is made of rock and metals.  The moon causes tides in the ocean.  It is considered a satellite.  How was the moon created?  Well there is one theory that Mars collided with Earth billions of years ago, and that collision broke a part of earth off that was thrust into space causing a big pile of debris.  This debris was trapped by Earth’s gravity and ended up in orbit.  This debris came together in one form creating the big bright ball we see in the sky today.  

A Space Celebration will take place at the United States Air Force Museum between July 22-August 7, 2021 to commemorate the 50th anniversary of Apollo 15.  Click here for details. 

To learn more about the Moon, read these articles:

The library also has lots of material (ebooks, books, videos & more) available for checkout to library cardholders:


Moon by Beck Noelle  

Moon by Lynn Stone  

Moon: Earth’s Satellite by Julie Lundgren  

The Dark Side of NASA: Missed Opportunities for Leadership and Imagination in a Bureaucracy by Paul Torrance  

Moons by William B. Rice   

The Moon by Bert Wilberforce 

The Moon: A Beginner’s Guide to Lunar Features and Photography by James Harrop 

The Art of NASA: The Illustrations That Sold the Missions by Piers Bizony 

NASA and the Astronauts by Lisda Amstutz 


The Moon + You: Your Guide to Finding Energy, Balance, and Healing with the Power of the Moon by Diane Ahlquist 

Hidden Figures by Margot Lee Shetterly 

Neil Armstrong by Patricia Crété 

Neil Armstrong: First Man on the Moon by Alex Woolf 

Rocket Men by Robert Kurson 

One Giant Leap by Charles Fishman 



Hidden Figures 

Bill Nye the Science Guy. The Moon 

Chasing the Moon 

Destination Moon 

8 Days: to the Moon and Back 



To the Moon! by Jodie Shepherd 

The Moon: A Planet in our Solar System by Jason Hill 

Neil Armstrong: A Life of Flight by Jay Barbree 

Neil Armstrong: The Life and Legacy of the First Astronaut to Walk on the Moon by Charles River Editors 

Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin: The Lives and Careers of the First Men on the Moon by Various Authors 


Deliver Us the Moon 

Judy Jones

Judy is a certified Career Facilitator. She has worked with many patrons over the past four years assisting them in writing effective resumes and cover letters. She has guided individuals through the online job application process and has helped them register for Ohio Means Jobs. If you need assistance or would like to send her your resume for review, please email her at If you would like to call her to book an appointment, please call 330-744-8636. Judy in also an avid Anglophile! She likes to read British History, fiction and non-fiction, likes to watch TV shows and movies related to British History and often likes to pick at the historical accuracy of such shows.