LuSEE (the Lunar Surface Electromagnetic Explorer) is a multi-launch project to explore the properties of low-frequency electromagnetism on the surface of the Moon. LuSEE-Night is a path-finder mission to land a radio telescope on the far side of the moon and take the most precise measurements of the sky at frequencies below 50MHz to date. It is a collaboration of the NASA and the Department of Energy, and is manifested on the CS-3 mission of the Commercial Lunar Payload Services in 2025. The instrument will consist of 2 orthogonal pseudo-dipoles feeding a full-bandwidth spectrometer operating at 0.1 - 50MHz, and achieving a nearly sky-dominated sensitivity across the observing band. The mission is designed to last 18 months after landing.
LuSEE-Night's sister LuSEE-Day will focus on lunar and solar plasma physics.