We report results of a part of an organized effort of five observing gro ups to simultaneously observe sodium in the lunar atmosphere. International Lunar Atmo sphere Week spanned the week of September 15 - 22, 1995. Of the seven nights we experience d four nights with good viewing conditions. We used the Mt. Lemmon Lunar Coronagraph (MLLC) a nd DARRK spectrograph. Both are especially designed for lunar atmospheric measurem ents from the surface extending to an altitude of approximately 1 lunar radius or ~ 1700 k m (860 km geopotential height). We observed lower emission rates for Na than have been p reviously reported for relatively large phase angles (96 to 129 degrees) with the average total of D2 and D1 emission rate ~ 1 kRayleigh. A thermal component was observed only on the nigh t of Sept. 17. We observed a factor of ~2 greater column abundances over the north pole than o ver the sunlit equatorial limb on Sept. 18 while on Sept. 19, the equatorial bright limb column abundance was a factor of ~ 5 higher than the north polar. Apparent geopotential scale height s varied from 279 to 435 km, indicating an extended atmosphere. If the scale heights are represented by a temperature, values are 985 to 1470 K. The data set appears to indicate that the dominant so urce during this period was meteoritic impact volatilization.