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Image of the moon taken by an ASU space camera

One small step for man ... one giant reason to celebrate each year. National Moon Day commemorates July 20, 1969, when Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin landed on the moon, the first humans to ever do so. We suggest celebrating the achievement with this melange of lunar excellence at ASU, from NASA missions to moon rocks and more.

Tempe campus School of Earth and Space Exploration College of Liberal Arts and Sciences Space exploration
 
Participants look at a story during a creative writing workshop
Commitment to community part of ASU creative writing alums' continuing story Downtown Phoenix campus Tempe campus Department of English Virginia G. Piper Center for Creative Writing
“The smartphone can disappear if we wear it in our clothes.” - ASU electrical engineer Umit Ogras, who is developing flexible hybrid electronics

ASU Now is a multimedia news and information website exploring Arizona State University by telling the stories of the people who make up this remarkable institution. Students, faculty, staff, alumni, parents and other members of the Arizona State University community turn to ASU Now for the thought-provoking ideas, insight and innovation from the people who make ASU special.

ASU Now organizes its storytelling around key areas of focus for the university: Discoveries, Solutions, Creativity, Entrepreneurship, Global Engagement, Arizona Impact and Sun Devil Life. Arizona State University has established itself as a new model for the public research university, and ASU Now reports on all that makes ASU unique.