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ESA Eyes Lunar South Pole for Rover

The BBC has an interesting story about the European Space Agency’s MoonNext effort, which is designed to land a robotic rover on the lunar surface in 2015. ESA’s Chief Scientist, Dr. Bernard Foing, says the spacecraft could land at the moon’s south pole. The south pole is considered a likely spot for a human base because it may possess water ice under the surface. ESA is currently conducting engineering studies […]

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  • March 15, 2008