I imagine for the folks at NASA, the Moon has become kind of boring. The organization has been launching stuff at that floating rock since the 60s. It has sent rockets, people, and unmanned probes. And that doesn't even count the work others around the world have contributed to our understanding on the satellite. People have been staring up at that thing for as long as we've been a species.

Needless to say, quite a bit of information about the Moon has surfaced in that time. We've named craters, measured slopes, mapped minerals, and otherwise produced enough data to leave a person feeling lost. So NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory has released an Android app called Moon Tours that consolidates much of what we know about the moon.

The software includes over 600 scientific data sets and layers for you to explore. It is intended for lunar scientists, engineers, and other technical types, as well as the general public. So hit up the link below if you're ready to learn more about the ground above our heads. And when you're done, you can check out some of the Jet Propulsion Lab's older apps to learn about the Earth and space as well.