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Lunar Sensor Net

Fangzheng Liu

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The Passive Seismic Experiment was the first seismometer placed on the Moon’s surface. It detected lunar "moonquakes" and provided information about the internal structure of the moon. But limited by the quality and amount of the data, the deeper internal structure of the moon is still vague. By leveraging the modern wireless sensor technology, we present the Lunar Sensor Net.

The Passive Seismic Experiment was the first seismometer placed on the Moon’s surface. It detected lunar "moonquakes" and provided information about the internal structure of the moon. But limited by the quality and amount of the data, the deeper internal structure of the moon is still vague. By leveraging the modern wireless sensor technology, we present the Lunar Sensor Net.

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Fangzheng Liu

The Lunar Sensor net is a wireless sensor net composed of multi miniature sensor nodes that can be deployed on the Lunar surface to monitor the environmental data on the Lunar surface (e.g., volatiles, etc.). The Lunar Sensor Net will provide a whole new approach for future space exploration.