Clive Neal

Clive Neal

Professor of Civil & Environmental Engineering and Earth Sciences
Civil and Environmental Engineering and Earth Sciences

106D Cushing Hall of Engineering
574-631-8328
neal.1@nd.edu

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  • Lunar petrology (rocks)
  • Geochemistry
  • Planetary geology
  • The moon

What we know about India’s lunar lander

National Geographic

India’s first lunar lander about to try for risky touchdown

Forbes

Here's What That 'Gel-Like Substance' Found On The Moon (Probably) Is

Politico

Scientists lobby Congress for full moon funding

Vice President Pence Chairs Space Council Meeting Today: Watch It Live

What's happening in space policy August 18-31, 2019

Politico

The regulatory reforms of tomorrow, today

Special report: Factory Moon

India seeks to join exclusive company with ambitious moon mission

Greg Weaver: Let’s create a lunar economy in Indiana

Astronauts, not robots, essential to getting answers on the moon

The moon is quaking (and shrinking like a raisin)

National Geographic

Chinese rover finds strange rocks that may come from deep inside the moon

NBC News

The moon is shrinking, and a new study shows it's racked by moonquakes

The New York Times

Sealed Cache of Moon Rocks to Be Opened by NASA

Scientific American

Farside Politics: The West Eyes Moon Cooperation with China

Wired

China has grown plants on the Moon. What happens next?

Bloomberg

U.S. Should Go Back to the Moon, But Not Because the Chinese Have

Bloomberg

Moon Landing May Fuel China’s Push to Other Galaxies

The Washington Post

China lands spacecraft on the far side of the moon, a historic first

National Geographic

China just landed on the far side of the moon: What comes next?

China is about to launch a mission to explore the far side of the moon

This weekend, China embarks on a historic mission to land on the far side of the Moon

The Washington Post

In a first, NASA is outsourcing its next moon lander to a private company