Finding Water in the Moon’s Shadows – Dr Craig Hardgrove, Arizona State University

engineering and tech, physical sciences

The Moon’s poles are enriched in hydrogen, a key component of water-ice, but there’s still much to learn. Dr Craig Hardgrove and his colleagues at Arizona State University are leading the Lunar Polar Hydrogen Mapper (LunaH-Map) mission, which aims to discover how much water-ice is hidden in the permanently shadowed regions of the Moon.

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