Lunar Module That's Been Floating Through Space for 50 Years May Have Been Found  Yahoo News

Snoopy, which helped make the Moon landing possible, was thought to be lost after it was launched into orbit decades ago.

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Snoopy, which helped make the Moon landing possible, was thought to be lost after it was launched into orbit decades ago.Snoopy, which helped make the Moon landing possible, was thought to be lost after it was launched into orbit decades ago.

Lunar Module That's Been Floating Through Space for 50 Years May Have Been Found

The lunar module formed a key part of a test run that helped mankind reach the moon for the first timeThe lunar module formed a key part of a test run that helped mankind reach the moon for the first time

NASA’s ‘Snoopy’ lunar module may finally have been found, 50 years after it disappeared | National Post

The lunar module formed a key part of a test run that helped mankind reach the moon for the first timeThe lunar module formed a key part of a test run that helped mankind reach the moon for the first time

NASA’s ‘Snoopy’ lunar module may finally have been found, 50 years after it disappeared | National Post

“I recently flew @stephenbeacham from @CNET on the @NASAAmes Moon lander simulator. FYI - I stuck every landing! https://t.co/EL7zFa3wDh”

Jim Bridenstine on Twitter: "I recently flew @stephenbeacham from @CNET on the @NASAAmes Moon lander simulator. FYI - I stuck every landing! https://t.co/EL7zFa3wDh"

“"Houston, Tranquility Base here. The Eagle has landed." A LM-2 lunar module similar to the one that landed on the moon. This unit was used for testing on earth.”

Toby Shapshak on Twitter: ""Houston, Tranquility Base here. The Eagle has landed." A LM-2 lunar module similar to the one that landed on the moon. This unit was used for testing on earth.… https://t.co/7ljSIIe8Js"

“Carnegie Mellon is developing a toaster-sized rover for Astrobotic’s Peregrine lunar lander, meant to test just how small mobile robots can get and still survive on the surface of the Moon. https://t.co/SG2FN6ytXy”

Loren Grush on Twitter: "Carnegie Mellon is developing a toaster-sized rover for Astrobotic’s Peregrine lunar lander, meant to test just how small mobile robots can get and still survive on the surface of the Moon. https://t.co/SG2FN6ytXy… https://t.co/WWj4clErNN"