NASA invites participation in Lunar Research Program

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Abstract

The National Aeronautics and Space Administration is continuing to encourage and support research on all aspects of lunar science, according to Noel W. Hinners, director of the Lunar Programs office.

Scientists who are not now involved in lunar science programs but who have special research capabilities, new ideas, or new techniques are encouraged to participate in NASA's broadly based programs, which include (1) experimental and theoretical research on lunar materials, (2) lunar data analysis and synthesis, in which published and other generally available data are used, and (3) support of research and technology designed to facilitate achievements in other lunar programs, e.g., theoretical studies, laboratory simulations, meteorite research, and advanced experiment concepts.

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