It should be obvious to even the most dim-witted individual who holds an advanced degree in hyperbolic topology!

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Jun 21, 2007
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NASA has selected seven proposals to do science on the Moon as part of the Lunar Exploration Program. This is pretty good news, as I know many folks who are wondering if any science was being planned for the Moon (and who still worry that the Moon program will eat up funds from other science).

They all appear to be interesting projects, but I am hoping to see a lot more from this one:

Daniel Glavin

"Volatile Analysis by Pyrolysis of Regolith on the Moon using Mass Spectrometry"

Glavin? MM-hey!