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Gravitationally speaking, the moon is a strange place. Satellites in lunar orbit feel odd, sideways tugs and sometimes end up nose down in the moondust. Astronauts standing in the middle of lunar lava seas weigh more than they do standing on the shore. A new NASA mission named GRAIL aims to map the moon's quirky gravity field and thus pave the way for future exploration.
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