Artemis astronauts may be able to spray away sticky lunar dust

NASA’s next moonwalkers may be able to simply spray away sticky moondust.

A liquid nitrogen spray has blasted away more than 98% of the simulated lunar dust during experiments here on Earth and could offer welcome relief to future lunar explorers. The abrasive, fiberglass-like lunar dust was a constant problem on Apollo missions, dragging on equipment like lunar rovers.

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