NASA Prepares Two Lunar Satellites For Launch

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NASA scientist James Garvin discusses the upcoming launch of two lunar satellites. One will map the moon's surface for future human exploration. The other will crash into a crater near the south pole, kicking up a plume of debris in which scientists hope to find water ice.

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