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Congratulations to LADEE on arrival at the Moon!

Posted by Emily Lakdawalla

06-10-2013 8:33 CDT

Topics: mission status, LADEE

After a one-month journey from Earth to the Moon, NASA's Lunar Atmosphere and Dust Environment Explorer (LADEE) safely entered orbit at 10:57 UTC today, October 6. More details are available in a story from Spaceflight Now, but not from NASA, because NASA's public affairs offices are closed due to the government shutdown.

Or you can just enjoy the happiness of LADEE's navigators:

LADEE on the way to the Moon

NASA Ames / Dana Berry

LADEE on the way to the Moon
 
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Comments:

Bob Ware: 10/06/2013 05:24 CDT

Congratulations and thank you for the updates!

Stephen Uitti: 10/07/2013 01:47 CDT

Way cool. LOI (Lunar Orbit Insertion) is not to be thought of as 3 short of LOL.

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