NASA Funds 2 UCF Projects Focused on Returning to the Moon

NASA Funds 2 UCF Projects Focused on Returning to the Moon

Two new University of Central Florida projects will test innovative technologies designed to help astronauts return safely to the moon. NASA recently funded the projects that will help scientists better understand the nature of lunar dust so that its potentially damaging effects to equipment and spacecraft during lunar landings can be minimized.

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