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Lunar Science

Lunar science is in the middle of a small revolution, with now many new countries sending orbiters, landers, and even sample return missions to the moon. Additionally, both governments and private companies are now more and more considering the moon as a base for solar system exploration. With such an increase in attention, lunar science is now encompassing several unified dimensions. The first is the science of the moon itself, its origin, evolution, and inner composition. The second is how humans can live on the moon, covering biology and in general the logistics of surviving there, including surface mapping and in-situ resource utilization.

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Lunar ScienceEdited by Yann Chemin

Published: September 4th 2019

DOI: 10.5772/intechopen.78817

ISBN: 978-1-78984-128-2

Print ISBN: 978-1-78984-127-5

eBook (PDF) ISBN: 978-1-83881-854-8

Copyright year: 2019

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1. Introductory Chapter: A Tipping Point for a Return to the Moon

By Yann H. Chemin

89

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2. Initial Evolution of the Moon

By Khachay Yuriy

142

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3. On the Deviation of the Lunar Center of Mass to the East: Two Possible Mechanisms Based on Evolution of the Orbit and Rounding Off the Shape of the Moon

By Boris P. Kondratyev

217

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4. New Principles of Monitoring Seismological and Deformation Processes Occurring in the Moon Rock Massive

By Olga Hachay and Oleg Khachay

149

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5. Lunar Occultation

By Abdulrahman Malawi

198

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6. Solar System Exploration Augmented by In Situ Resource Utilization: Lunar Base Issues

By Bryan Palaszewski

240

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7. Human Health in the Lunar Environment

By Robert J. Reynolds

218

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