Geosciences Professor Reconstructs Data from Apollo Moon Missions

Newswise — From 1969 to 1972, astronauts with NASA’s Apollo missions planted on the surface of the moon geophysical instruments that discovered moonquakes and measured the heat released from the interior of the moon.

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However, that didn’t stop the data from collecting for another three years. Now, a Texas Tech University researcher is on a mission from NASA to piece together the long-forgotten data and finish the analysis.

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