South Korea's Danuri orbiter will arrive at the moon and begin its mission.

<html-blob><u></u><u></u>South Korea’s space program has its eye on the moon. The Korea Pathfinder Lunar Orbiter, renamed Danuri, will orbit Earth’s moon, testing and demonstrating a number of technologies while studying the moon's magnetic field and peering into its darkest and coldest craters. After launching on Aug. 4, it set off on a long, fuel-efficient journey to lunar orbit. Read more about the mission here:&nbsp;<a href=""></a><u></u><u></u></html-blob>