NASA Prepares Two Lunar Satellites For Launch 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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NASA Prepares Two Lunar Satellites For Launch

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NASA Prepares Two Lunar Satellites For Launch

NASA Prepares Two Lunar Satellites For Launch

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.