COTM

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AcronymDefinition
COTMCharacter of the Month
COTMCommunications on the Move
COTMConstellation of the Month (astronomy)
COTMCircle of the Moon (video game)
COTMCat of the Month
COTMChicken of the Month
COTMChurch on the Move (various locations)
COTMCarnival of the Mobilists (mobile technology blog)
COTMCollege of Occupational Therapists of Manitoba
COTMConsultant of the Month (California)
COTMChildren of the Mind (book)
COTMConcise Oxford Textbook of Medicine
COTMCraters of the Moon
COTMCase of the Mondays (Internet slang)
COTMCatch Of The Month (fishing)
COTMContracting Officer Technical Manager
COTMCustomer On The Move
COTMCulture of the Multiple (clothing company)
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Two thousand years ago, Craters of the Moon National Monument was created by a series of lava flows.
The southern part of the park is comprised of the spacious Craters of the Moon Wilderness.
In 1970, Congress established the vast Craters of the Moon Wilderness, which flanks the Great Rift.
Craters of the Moon National Monument is reached via US 20/26 and US 93.
These surreal geologic formations are home to an amazing range of colorful flora and fauna, including the sage grouse, lava tube beetle, Craters of the Moon Buckwheat, and beautiful limber pine.
Three sites--Sand Creek Massacre National Historic Site, Great Sand Dunes National Park, and Craters of the Moon National Monument--were among NPCA's list of 15 suggested additions or expansions (See "New Parks Initiative," September/October 2000).
The Fall Craters of the Moon Star Party will take place at Craters of the Moon National Monument between Arco and Carey.
Bosses say the best way to see these astronomical wonders up close is through the powerful telescopes housed in Coats Observatory, from which you can see the rings of Saturn, the seas and craters of the Moon and the vibrant red disc of planet Mars.
The Craters of the Moon Star Party, hosted by the Magic Valley and Idaho Falls astronomical societies, will take place at Craters of the Moon National Monument between Arco and Carey.
The Craters of the Moon Star Party, sponsored by the Magic Valley and Idaho Falls astronomical societies, will take place at Craters of the Moon National Monument, between Arco and Carey.
The polar craters of the Moon are possible water sources while the high ratio of heavy hydrogen to deuterium in Mars and Venus affirms the former presence of water