Monday, 21 July 2014

Shelter on the Moon could be the pits

Moving into a new neighborhood means finding a place to live, and 45 years after Neil Armstrong set foot on the Moon, our largest satellite is still notoriously short on housing. However, that may be changing as NASA announces that its Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter(LRO) has discovered over 200 deep pits on the Moon that could not only provide scientists with deeper insights into the geology of the Moon, but could also be used as sites for future Lunar outposts. .. Continue Reading Shelter on the Moon could be the pits

Section: Space

Tags: Arizona State University, Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter, Moon, NASA, Spacecraft

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