Ebb and Flow chased each other around the moon for nearly a year, peering into the interior. With dwindling fuel supplies, the twin NASA spacecraft are ready for a dramatic finish.
It’s not on the scale of the now-ended Space shuttle program, but NASA hosted another launch Saturday morning at Florida’s Kennedy Space Center. A pair of spacecraft rocketed toward the moon aboard a small Delta rocket, on the first mission dedicated to measuring lunar gravity.
It’s another delay for NASA’s latest moonshot. That’s because a pair of spacecraft intended to orbit the moon and measure its gravity will not lift off until Saturday.
There’s been a delay in NASA’s quest to return to the moon. High wind is keeping NASA’s newest moon probes on Earth longer than expected.
There may be a delay in NASA’s quest to return to the moon.