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NASA Moon Exploration Missions - Free Public Talk

Location: UH Hilo Science and Technology Building -108

Lunar Scientist, Brian Day will share work being conducted by NASA to explore the moon. Brian will also talk about the current moon mission, LADEE and other future missions. Join us as he shares amazing images and the discoveries as NASA explores the moon!
Wednesday, March 12, 7pm at UH Hilo STB-108.

For more information, contact: Jconey@hawaii.edu 8089327187

Tags: NASA Moon Mission Science

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