Tuesday, 15 January 2013

Video: NASA Probe Before Crashing into Moon

The twin satellites, named Ebb and Flow, were mapping the moon's gravitational field to gain insights into its internal structure as part of the GRAIL mission (Gravity Recovery and Interior Laboratory).

 


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The last video from the probe captures incredible details of the moon's surface.

Two NASA probes crashed into the face of the moon last month, and now NASA has released the stunning last video taken before the spacecrafts slammed into the lunar surface.

The twin satellites, named Ebb and Flow, were mapping the moon's gravitational field to gain insights into its internal structure as part of the GRAIL mission (Gravity Recovery and Interior Laboratory).

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