lunar spacecraft

lunar spacecraft

[′lü·nər ′spās‚kraft]
(aerospace engineering)
A spacecraft designed for flight to the moon.
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The country's second lunar spacecraft was to be launched onboard a Geosynchronous Satellite Launch Vehicle (GSLV) Mk-III from Satish Dhawan Space Centre at Sriharikota in Nellore district of Andhra Pradesh at 2:51 am.
According to the space agency's chairman, K Sivan, the uncrewed lunar spacecraft would be launched from ISRO's launch facility in Sriharikota on July 15 at 2:51 AM.
In March, 1998, NASA announced that an unmanned lunar spacecraft had discovered 6bn tons of what on the moon?
Even though every landing or crash site for lunar spacecraft is too small to detect from Earth, I like to closely observe the landscapes of the landing areas.
UPDATE: No lunar spacecraft cracked the moon's crust or was swallowed by its dust.
It added the Milestone Prizes to recognize the technological achievements and associated financial hurdles faced by the teams as they prepare their lunar spacecraft.
Timing lunar occultations is still a valuable pursuit although the emphasis is changing as lunar spacecraft improve our knowledge of the lunar limb profile.
For the Apollo missions, it was deemed more cost-effective to launch one rocket carrying astronauts and the lunar spacecraft.
India's first unmanned lunar spacecraft, Chandrayaan I successfully placed the Indian flag on the moon (or lunar surface) on Friday, November 14.
We propose to accelerate the development of the appropriate lunar spacecraft. We propose to develop alternate liquid and solid fuel boosters, much larger than any now being developed, until certain which is superior.
India, March 7 -- A collaborative mission executed by the state-owned Israel Aerospace Industries and Israeli NGO SpaceIL saw Israel's first lunar spacecraft 'Beresheet' take off from Cape Canaveral, Florida on February 22.
Various lunar spacecraft gradually provided images of the entire far side, but it wasn't until the Clementine mission in 1994 that a single spacecraft imaged nearly the entire surface.