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The Name
The poem:
Davis, Fannie Stearns. "Moon Folly (A Song of Conn the Fool)". Poetry, A Magazine of Verse, Vol. 1, No. 6. Harriet Monroe. Chicago: Harriet Monroe, 1913. 183-184. Print.
(Available online from the University of Toronto, Robarts Library, Internet Archive.)

Davis, Fannie Stearns. "The Songs of Conn the Fool - I". Myself and I. New York: The Macmillan Company, 1918. 121 - 122. Print.
(Available online from the University of Toronto, Robarts Library, Internet Archive.)


Image Credits
Links are provided directly to those images available on the web.

Experience
HSD image:
Image Credit: NASA / ASRC Experimental Imaging Lab
Space Shuttle Atlantis lifting off on STS-132 mission.

LWIR image:
Image Credit: NASA / ASRC Experimental Imaging Lab
Space Shuttle Endeavor lifting off on STS-127 mission.

Stereo-3D image:
Image Credit: NASA / ASRC Experimental Imaging Lab
Space Shuttle Discovery lifting off on STS-131 mission.


Interest: Engineering Imagery - Film and High Speed Digital
Image Credit: CAIB Volume III Appendix E.2 Figure 4.3.2.1e
Composite image used for debris trajectory analysis during Space Shuttle Columbia accident investigation.


Interest: Visible and Infrared Imaging
Top image:
Image Credit: Leaping Catch LLC
Thermal Emission curves at three temperatures

Launch in LWIR:
Image Credit: NASA / ASRC Experimental Imaging Lab
Space Shuttle Endeavor lifting off on STS-130 mission.

ET Tanking in MWIR:
Image Credit: NASA / ASRC Experimental Imaging Lab
Fueling of the Space Shuttle Endeavor's External Tank prior to the STS-130 mission.

Pleiades Star Cluster:
Image Credit: NASA / ESA / AURA / CalTech
archive.org/details/nasa
Hubble Refines Distance to Pleiades Star Cluster
Image ID: SPD-HUBBLE-STScI-2004-20a

Lettering:
Left image:
Image Credit: NASA
Space Shuttle Atlantis on Launch Pad 39B for STS-115
Image ID: KSC-KSC-06PD-2056

Right image:
Image Credit: NASA / ASRC Experimental Imaging Lab
Space Shuttle Endeavor on Launch Pad 39A for STS-127.

Bottom image:
Image Credit: NASA
Space Shuttle Atlantis at Launch Pad 39A for STS-98
Image ID: KSC-KSC-01PP-0186


Interest: Stereoscopic 3D Imaging
Overhead view:
Image Credit: Leaping Catch LLC
Overhead view of objects on a coffee table.

Left and Right views:
Image Credit: Leaping Catch LLC
Left and right views of objects on coffee table.

Crater:
Image Credit: NASA / JPL / Space Science Institute
A segment of the larger image (PIA12807) showing a crater on the surface of Saturn's moon Rhea.


The Name
Moon Folly 1:
Image Credit: Image courtesy of the Image Science & Analysis Laboratory, NASA JSC
Image of the Moon from the International Space Station - Expedition 20
Image ID: ISS020-E-17868

Moon Folly 2:
Image Credit: Leaping Catch LLC
A sack full of guide books to help you plan your journey!

Moon Folly 3:
Image Credit: Leaping Catch LLC
Gnaw away at obstacles in your path.

Moon Folly 4:
Left image:
Image Credit: NASA
Saturn V Vehicle for Apollo 4 at the Launch Complex 39A at the Kennedy Space Center
Image ID: MSFC-6760614

Right image:
Image Credit: NASA
Apollo 14 Launch
Image ID: MSFC-9309378

Moon Folly 5:
Top:
Image Credit: NASA
Apollo 11 - Astronaut Edwin E. Aldrin, Jr. Looks Back at Tranquility Base
Image ID: GPN-2000-001102

Bottom Left:
Image Credit: NASA
Apollo 17 - Scientist-Astronaut Harrison H. Schmitt collects lunar rake samples
Image ID: AS17-134-20425

Bottom Right:
Image Credit: NASA
Apollo 16 - Astronaut Charles M. Duke, Jr. collects lunar samples during extravehicular activity.
Image ID: HSF-photo-as16-114-18423

Moon Folly 6a:
Top Left:
Image Credit: NASA
Apollo 11 Lunar Module ascent stage photographed from Command Module following surface mission.
Image ID: AS11-44-6634

Top Right:
Image Credit: NASA
Apollo 15 Command Module splashes down in the Pacific Ocean
Image ID: S71-43543

Bottom:
Image Credit: NASA
Apollo 11 Recovery Operation
Image ID: MSFC-6901200

Moon Folly 6b:
Top Left:
Image Credit: Lunar and Planetary Institute / NASA JSC
Lunar Sample 67016
Image ID: S81-26043
Turner and Cadogen 1975 dated a dark clast in this sample at 3.97±0.05 billion years old. Alibert et al. 1994 dated another clast in this sample to be 4.562±0.068 billion years old.

Top Right:
Image Credit: NASA
Second Apollo 11 sample return container in Vacuum Laboratory.
Image ID: s69-45507

Bottom Left:
Image Credit: NASA JSC Digital Image Collection
Thin section of rock brought back to earth by Apollo 12 mission. Seen under polarized light, the different colors indicate different minerals.
Image ID: S70-20954

Bottom Right:
Image Credit: NASA JSC Digital Image Collection
Enlarged view of hypervelocity impact of lunar surface material returned by Apollo 11 astronauts. (Image taken by Dr. G. J. Wasserberg, J. Devaney, and K. Evans at the California Institute of Technology.)
Image ID: S70-20418

Moon Folly 7:
Top Left:
Image Credit: Image provided courtesy of University of Wisconsin-Madison, Space Science and Engineering Center
Sea Surface Temperature

Top Right:
Image Credit: Leaping Catch LLC
Satellite technologies - a multitude of channels available practically live from around the globe

Middle:
Image Credit: NASA
Apollo-era technology spurred the development of cordless products.
Image ID: MSFC-0103484

Bottom Left:
Image Credit: NASA
Thermal protection technologies used for Apollo astronauts and spacecraft components provide firefighters with better protective gear.
Image ID: MSFC-0103831

Bottom Middle:
Image Credit: Leaping Catch LLC
Miniaturization of electronic components has led to small yet powerful computers and communication devices.

Bottom Right:
Image Credit: NASA-GSFC, data from NOAA GOES
Hurricane Alley: 08-08

Moon Folly 8:
Image Credit: NASA
Earthrise as seen during the Apollo 11 mission
Image ID: AS11-44-6559

Moon Folly 9a:
Image Credit: NASA
The Moon, photographed by the Apollo 17 crew during their homeward journey.
Image ID: HSF-photo-as17-152-23311

Moon Folly 9b:
Image Credit: Leaping Catch LLC
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Credit for the small moon inset:
Image Credit: NASA
The Moon, photographed by the Apollo 17 crew during their homeward journey.
Image ID: HSF-photo-as17-152-23311



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