Lunar Polar Hydrogen Mapper

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Lunar Polar Hydrogen Mapper LunaH-MAP: Lunar polar Hydrogen MAPper Lunar polar Hydrogen Mapper (LunaH-Map) is a 6U CubeSat that will orbit the Moons South Pole to map the distribution of near-surface hydrogen (H) at unprecedented spatial scales (~7.5 km/pixel). LunaH-Map will 1) map H within permanently shadowed craters LunaH-MAP: Lunar polar Hydrogen MAPper The Lunar Polar Hydrogen Mapper CubeSat (LunaH-Map) is a NASA Science Mission Directorate (SMD) sponsored planetary science mission that will launch as a secondary payload on the maiden flight of the Space Launch System (SLS). LunaH-Map will enter lunar orbit and use a neutron spectrometer to map hydrogen abundance at the Moons South Pole, and will provide critical data on the abundance of lunar polar volatiles within permanently shadowed craters. Augmentation to - LunaH-MAP: Lunar polar Hydrogen MAPper Augmentation for: LunaH-Map: Lunar Polar Hydrogen Mapper
Effective start/end date10/1/159/30/21


  • NASA: Goddard Space Flight Center: $9,292,732.00


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