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UA researchers on winning team in lunar exploration competition

Pink Floyd aside, there isn't actually a dark side of the moon—just a side you can't see from Earth. That is, unless you're a researcher like those at the University of Arizona and partnering institutions, who are setting out to investigate meteoritic impact on the far side of the moon.
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