Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter Overview: The Instrument Suite and Mission

@article{Chin2007LunarRO,
  title={Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter Overview: The Instrument Suite and Mission},
  author={Gordon Chin and Scott Brylow and Marc Christopher Foote and James B Garvin and Justin Christophe Kasper and John Walter Keller and Maxim L. Litvak and Igor G. Mitrofanov and David A. Paige and Keith Raney and Mark S. Robinson and Anton B. Sanin and David Eugene Smith and Harlan E. Spence and Paul D. Spudis and Sharon A. Stern and Maria T. Zuber},
  journal={Space Science Reviews},
  year={2007},
  volume={129},
  pages={391-419}
}
Abstract NASA’s Lunar Precursor Robotic Program (LPRP), formulated in response to the President’s Vision for Space Exploration, will execute a series of robotic missions that will pave the way for eventual permanent human presence on the Moon. The Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter (LRO) is first in this series of LPRP missions, and plans to launch in October of 2008 for at least one year of operation. LRO will employ six individual instruments to produce accurate maps and high-resolution images of… CONTINUE READING
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