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NASA confirms new small satellite to map water on lunar surface

Submit on Wednesday, December 2nd, 2020 22:56

A small-satellite mission to understand the lunar water cycle — detecting and mapping water on the lunar surface in order to investigate how its form, abundance, and location relate to geology — has received NASA approval to proceed with the next phase of its development.

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