Temperature Spike Detected From Lunar Crash

NASA's much publicized crash of two spacecraft into the frozen depths of lunar crater last week may have been a visual bust, but a spacecraft flying overhead 90 seconds after the impact found a huge temperature spike.
"We have a bunch of people sitting around here trying to figure out what it means," said David Paige, the lead investigator of a radiometer instrument on NASA's Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter.

Full article by Irene Klotz on Discovery News



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