Tethered satellites could see the moon’s weird swirls up close
Mystery swirls on the lunar surfaceNASABy Leah CraneA satellite on a leash could help us learn about strange bright patterns on the moon’s surface. By connecting two small CubeSats with a tether 180 kilometres long, NASA researchers hope to put one of them in an orbit close enough to the surface to investigate the swirling patterns that show up in...
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