volume 49, issue 2, P2.06-2.06 2008
DOI: 10.1111/j.1468-4004.2008.49204_14.x
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Abstract: The Japanese Aerospace Exploration Agency Selene mission, nicknamed Kaguya, has been producing spectacular high-resolution images of the Moon, as part of the largest lunar exploration mission since Apollo. As well as surface mapping, Kaguya's instruments allow detection of shallow subsurface layers through synthetic aperture radar, for example picking out horizontal layers below the Mare Imbrium, thought to be boundaries of lava flows. Kaguya also considered the lunar space environment and has detected plasma…

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