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NASA’s ‘Lunar Flashlight’ Will Use Lasers to Look for Ice on the Moon

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NASA’s ‘Lunar Flashlight’ Will Use Lasers to Look for Ice on the Moon

NASA’s ‘Lunar Flashlight’ Will Use Lasers to Look for Ice on the Moon

NASA’s Advanced Exploration Systems plans to launch the Lunar Flashlight into space, the first CubeSat to ever reach the moon.

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