Brown professor helps select landing site for private moon mission

PROVIDENCE – A Brown University professor who worked on the Apollo missions to the moon in the 1960s and 1970s is playing a key role in the effort to land the first commercial spacecraft on the moon next week. James W. Head III, a geological sciences professor, helped select the landing site for the unmanned…

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