South African space agency had key role in latest US moon probe mission
May 9, 2014 Editor 0
The Space Operations division of the South African National Space Agency (Sansa) on Friday released details of its involvement in the US National Aeronautics and Space Administration’s (Nasa’s) Lunar Atmosphere and Dust Environment Explorer (Ladee, pronounced Laddie) mission, which has been successfully concluded. The Ladee mission was launched in September 2013, started orbiting the Moon at an altitude of 250 km on October 6 and concluded with the space probe making a planned impact on the lunar surface on April 17.
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