Tuesday, February 3, 2009

Johns Hopkins APL tasked with Polar Prelims

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.

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