NASA will start on a new scientific device to orbit the moon for the study of dust on its surface. NASA scientists complete the final preparations for the launch of a new research unit LADEE, which is to be launched on September 6 from the launch site at Wallops Island,Virginia, according to the website of NASA.
The findings of the study data will help to take another step in the study of the evolution of the Solar System. Astronomers will be able to learn more about the large asteroids and moons of planets. This convinced John Grunsfeld, NASA’s associate director of Scientific Affairs. Read the rest of this entry »