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Home The side of the High-resolution Volatiles and Minerals Moon Mapper (HVM3) is seen as the instrument gets unwrapped in a clean room. The JPL-developed imaging spectrometer was later integrated with NASA’s Lunar Trailblazer spacecraft. (Lockheed Martin Space) The side of the High-resolution Volatiles and Minerals Moon Mapper (HVM3) is seen as the instrument gets unwrapped in a clean room. The JPL-developed imaging spectrometer was later integrated with NASA's Lunar Trailblazer spacecraft. (Lockheed Martin Space)

The side of the High-resolution Volatiles and Minerals Moon Mapper (HVM3) is seen as the instrument gets unwrapped in a clean room. The JPL-developed imaging spectrometer was later integrated with NASA’s Lunar Trailblazer spacecraft. (Lockheed Martin Space)

The side of the High-resolution Volatiles and Minerals Moon Mapper (HVM3) is seen as the instrument gets unwrapped in a clean room. The JPL-developed imaging spectrometer was later integrated with NASA's Lunar Trailblazer spacecraft. (Lockheed Martin Space)

The side of the High-resolution Volatiles and Minerals Moon Mapper (HVM3) is seen as the instrument gets unwrapped in a clean room. The JPL-developed imaging spectrometer was later integrated with NASA’s Lunar Trailblazer spacecraft. (Lockheed Martin Space)

Engineers work on the JPL-developed High-resolution Volatiles and Minerals Moon Mapper (HVM3) for NASA’s Lunar Trailblazer spacecraft in a clean room at Lockheed Martin Space in Littleton, Colorado, in December 2022. (Lockheed Martin Space)