..Mission to the Moon..
The aim of the project is to launch a rover to the moon in an area in which we can study so much.
This can be done by the following scenario:
The landing site determination was based on:
So, the Sinus Iridum area was chosen as it had two impacts, four magmatic activities and a tectonic activity. Also, the impact is an evidence of possible water in the column that we may find during drilling and sampling based on the theory that meteorites are a source of water.
For knowing the Geologic history, the complex topography can be studied. Also, the drilling methods is useful for determining the succession in the ground. And, it can reach layers which are not are not affected by cosmic rays for more accurate measurements.
The idea of sampling is taken from Mars’ rover “Curiosity”. The idea of the sampling is the driller that cut a sample through the ground and pass the sample to the analysis system by “CHIMRA” or Collection and Handling for In-Situ Martian Rock Analysis.
The analysis system, as whole, is composed of multiple spectrometers:
- Nasa Data
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