Apollo Surface Missions and the Lunar Receiving Laboratory Program
Among the most intriguing chemical studies by far are those being performed presently on the returned lunar samples. An extraordinary amount of effort and planning has gone into the preparation of a program for dealing with these samples; the return of which constitutes one of the most significant scientific events in the program of space exploration.
KeywordsManifold Boron Pyrolysis Vanadium Radionuclide
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