Earlier this year, NASA's LADEE moon orbiter was intentionally crashed into the lunar surface after completing its mission. Now, another moon orbiter has spotted LADEE's final resting place for the first time. Continue reading â†’
The intentional crash of a NASA probe on the far side of the moon added one more body to an already substantial boneyard of space hardware.
Out of fuel and flying fast, NASAâ€™s LADEE spacecraft crashed into the moon early Friday, three days shy of its expected mission end. Continue reading â†’
On April 21 -- if not sooner -- the Lunar Atmosphere and Dust Environment Explorer will crash into the surface of the moon and vaporize. But before that happens, NASA has a low-fly mission planned.
The moon may not have any air, but that doesnâ€™t mean it lacks atmosphere.
NASA's LADEE spacecraft has sent back its first close up looks at the lunar surface Continue reading â†’
Despite long distances and high velocities, NASA's Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter successfully captured an image of LADEE as they both soared over the moon. Continue reading â†’
A NASA spacecraft that last month began measuring gases and dust coming off the surface of the moon got a science bonus this weekend with the arrival of Chinaâ€™s Changâ€™e 3 lander and Yutu rover.
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