Guess what NASA’s exciting lunar discovery will be

Guess what NASA's exciting lunar discovery will be

On Monday we are going to learn something new about the moon.  What could it be?

On Monday we are going to learn something new about the moon. What could it be?
Image: NASA / JPL-Caltech / Gizmodo

Great news, everyone: NASA Says It will reveal “an exciting new discovery about the moon” on Monday. Can you guess what it will be?

The space agency’s Sneak-Peak announcement is rare in hints, but it does refer to it Stratospheric Observatory for Infrared Astronomy (Sophia). If NASA does not lead us to pursue a wild buffalo, it seems to have led to the discovery of the modified Boeing 747SP jumbo jet fitted with the Sofia 9-foot long telescope. As NASA points out in its advice, “Sofia observes infrared wavelengths and can detect phenomena that are impossible with visible light.”

Another possible clue: Media advice mentions the Artemis program. NASA is preparing to send a man and a woman to the moon in 2024, especially to the South Pole. The new discovery “contributes to NASA’s efforts to learn about the moon to support deep space exploration.”

Um, of course, yes, I know this, why it’s something known in advance.

We will find EDT (9:00 am PDT) on Monday 26th October at 12:00 noon. At the same time, you can trade interesting ess.

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