Chinese rover analyzes moon rocks: First new ‘ground truth’ in 40 years

St. Louis MO (SPX) Dec 24, 2015

In 2013, Chang’e-3, an unmanned lunar mission, touched down on the northern part of the Imbrium basin, one of the most prominent of the lava-filled impact basins visible from Earth.

It was a beautiful landing site, said Bradley L. Jolliff, PhD, the Scott Rudolph Professor of Earth and Planetary Sciences at Washington University in St. Louis, who is a participant in an educational collabora —> Read More