NASA launching mission to study moon's atmosphere
NASA is planning to launch a mission to study the moon's atmosphere in two weeks.
It involves a low-cost spacecraft scheduled to lift off from an island in Virginia on September 6.
It was developed, built and tested at NASA Ames Research Center at Moffett Field.
The $28 million project will gather information about the moon's environment and lunar dust.
NASA, moffett field, national/world
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