An Israeli spacecraft is headed for the Moon, slated to the touch down in April inside Mare Serenitatis on the northern hemisphere of the Moon. Onboard is an experiment — smaller than a pc mouse — that would allow spot-on contact downs of future robotic and human-carrying landers.
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NASA’s Piggyback Experiment on Israeli Moon Lander May Support Future Lunar Touchdowns
By Leonard David