Mapping the Moon

LunIR

LunIR – or Lunar Infrared Imaging – is a technology demonstration mission proving a novel type of infrared camera. The camera will take photos of the Moon that were previously impossible to take. The result? A new map of the Moon.

LunIR supports NASA’s Artemis program and is set to launch aboard the Space Launch System.

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Next Mission:

CAPSTONEtm
Cislunar Autonomous Positioning System Technology Operations and Navigation Experiment

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Destination: Lunar Near-Rectilinear Halo Orbit (NRHO)

Customer: NASA/Advanced Space

Launched: Tuesday, June 28, 2022 From Mahia, New Zealand - Launch Complex 1

Rocket: Rocket Lab Electron

"50,000 SATELLITES WILL BE LAUNCHED IN THE NEXT 10 YEARS. SOMEONE HAS TO BUILD THEM."

Marc Bell, Co-founder and CEO - Terran orbital

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