The LRO is a NASA robotic spacecraft currently orbiting the Moon in an eccentric polar mapping orbit. After a decade of observations and thousands of detailed images, hear from four scientists about LRO’s contributions to the fields of lunar science and exploration.

In this talk, Angela Stickle, Planetary Scientist at Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory, shows you how the Mini-RF radar on the LRO provides information about ice at the lunar poles, the roughness of the lunar surface, and how crater impacts modify the Moon.

This mini-talk is FREE with Museum admission!