Latest News About NASA's Grail Moon Gravity Mission
NASA's twin Grail spacecraft will orbit the moon to study the lunar gravity field. The two lunar satellites are intended to improve scientific understanding of the moon’s formation and evolution.
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NASA's Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter has photographed the tiny craters made by the Grail moon probes.
NASA's Ebb spacecraft recorded the video three days before crashing into the lunar surface.
The engineers who built NASA's Grail spacecraft gathered to watch the probes' demise.
Ride had led Grail's MoonKAM project, which allowed kids to choose sites for the spacecraft to photograph.
Ebb and Flow wrapped up their successful science mission in spectacular fashion.
NASA TV will provide commentary, but the impact itself will probably not be visible.
The Grail spacecraft will go out in style on Dec. 17.
The findings should shed light on the evolution of the moon and the solar system's rocky planets.
The space agency has likely been holding off until the presidential election was decided.
The proposed project is a joint effort of Europe and Russia.
The Messenger spacecraft began a one-year bonus mission at Mercury, and the twin Grail probes will get 90 more days at the moon.
The MoonKAM project is an educational outreach program for middle school students.
The Grail probes' measurements should help scientists learn about the moon's structure and evolution.
NASA's Grail probes have returned their first view of the far side of the moon.