Two NASA probes the size of domestic washing
machines have been deliberately crashed onto a
two kilometre high mountain on the surface of the moon. Scientists say data from the spacecraft, named Ebb and Flow, will be used to help determine how thick the moon’s crust is, map zones of gravity and shed some light on how the solar system was formed.
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