NASA Sees Urgency In Lunar Rover To ID Ice Deposits

Credit: Artist's concept of commercial lunar lander: Masten Space Systems
HOUSTON—A late March directive from Vice President Mike Pence that accelerates NASA’s plans to return to the Moon’s surface with human explorers from 2024 to 2028 has also created an urgency that it return first with rovers. These rovers, perhaps provided as well as launched commercially on NASA’s...

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