HomeSpace FlightNASA prepares for moon's dark south pole in eerie lights-out 'spacewalk' (photo)

NASA prepares for moon’s dark south pole in eerie lights-out ‘spacewalk’ (photo)

NASA is preparing for the day its astronauts explore the south pole of the moon by heading underwater with the lights out.

NASA has long used a vast swimming pool dubbed the Neutral Buoyancy Laboratory to prepare for spacewalks, since the underwater work experience is the closest they can get to reduced-gravity environments before blasting off to space. But now, the team is adding a new twist.

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