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Taking advantage of a total lunar eclipse, astronomers using NASA's Hubble Space Telescope have detected ozone in Earth's atmosphere.
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A microwave oven–sized CubeSat will serve as the first spacecraft to test a unique, elliptical lunar orbit, paving the way for humanity's future on and around the Moon.
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Beginning on the near side of the Moon, with the Apollo sites marked, the view quickly moves to the South Pole and zooms in to show the changing illumination conditions there for an entire year.
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Preparing to explore the surface of the Moon goes well beyond designing and building safe spacecraft and spacesuits. NASA also has to ensure the surface vehicles and suits have the mobility required to do science, and that astronauts have the tools they need to identify and scoop up rock and soil samples.
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What started out as a hunt for ice lurking in polar lunar craters turned into an unexpected finding that could help scientists better understand the Moon’s formation.
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