LunarEX: a proposal to cosmic vision

A. Smith, I. A. Crawford, R. A. Gowen, A. J. Ball, S. J. Barber, P. Church, A. J. Coates, Y. Gao, A. D. Griffiths, A. Hagermann, K. H. Joy, A. Phipps, W. T. Pike, R. Scott, S. Sheridan, M. Sweeting, D. Talboys, V. Tong, N. Wells, J. BieleJ. Chela-Flores, B. Dabrowski, J. Flannagan, M. Grande, J. Grygorczuk, G. Kargl, O. B. Khavroshkin, G. Klingelhoefer, M. Knapmeyer, W. Marczewski, S. McKenna-Lawlor, L. Richter, D. A. Rothery, K. Seweryn, S. Ulamec, R. Wawrzaszek, M. Wieczorek, I. P. Wright, M. Sims

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While the surface missions to the Moon of the 1970s achieved a great deal, scientifically much was also left unresolved. The recent plethora of lunar missions (flown or proposed) reflects a resurgence in interest in the Moon, not only in its own right, but also as a record of the early solar system including the formation of the Earth. Results from recent orbiter missions have shown evidence of ice or at least hydrogen within shadowed craters at the lunar poles.
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)711-740
Number of pages30
JournalExperimental Astronomy
Issue number3
Publication statusPublished - Mar 2009


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