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Real World: Using Math and New Tech to Study Lunar Rocks

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Lunar rock samples, gathered more than 50 years ago, continue to reveal mysteries about our nearest neighbor, the Moon. This Real World video explores techniques used to protect and preserve the Moon rock samples, and showcases the role mathematics plays in this process.

Published on: February 07, 2024

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