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lunar

1. of or relating to the moon
2. occurring on, used on, or designed to land on the surface of the moon
3. relating to, caused by, or measured by the position or orbital motion of the moon
4. of or containing silver
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Previously, Suzuki was also a Corporate Partner of HAKUTO, the team managed by ispace during the Google Lunar XPRIZE competition, which called for privately funded teams to be the first to land a robotic spacecraft on the Moon, travel 500 meters, and transmit visual data back to Earth.
Spivack is now formulating a plan to pursue the sending of another lunar lander to the moon with th eplan to send out more DNA samples with the DNA library, including more tardigrades.
During a partial lunar eclipse, the Earth's shadow passes only through a part of the Moon, resulting in a large dark spot that makes it seem as though a chunk of the Moon has been bitten off.
However, a penumbral lunar eclipse cannot be seen because the shadow cast by the earth on the moon often does not visibly darken to be seen by the naked eye.
Heimdall is a flexible camera system for conducting lunar science on commercial vehicles.
As part of the submissions, each partner proposed flying specific NASA instruments to the lunar surface.
Speaking to reporters in Yunlin County Friday morning, Su said the government had already decided the holiday should start one day before Lunar New Year's Eve, and complementary days of work would be used to allow one prolonged holiday period, the Central News Agency reported.
But it had been forgotten in North Korea until 1989, when the country's then leader Kim Jong-il resurrected the tradition of the lunar calendar.
The total phase of the lunar eclipse will be visible from North and South America, Europe and western Africa.
This is also when lunar eclipses can happen if Earth actually blocks sunlight from the moon.