Frank D. Roylance
The Baltimore Sun
Scientists at the Johns Hopkins University's Applied Physics Lab will help the agency prepare for those missions. The lab, near Laurel, won a contract to lead a four-year, $6.9 million study for NASA.A team of 30 scientists from several institutions, led by APL planetary scientist Ben Bussey, will use data from lunar missions to provide basic information for such a trip.
Specifically, the team will: Read the list HERE.