Ladee Gathers Data On Lunar Surface Before Impact

NASA’s Lunar Atmosphere and Dust Environment Explorer (Ladee) crashed into the far side of the Moon early April 18, in a planned impact set up after the orbiter spent 140 days collecting data on the structure and composition of the thin lunar atmosphere before dipping to an altitude of less than 1...

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