Apollo inspired generations, including people who are now the explorers working to take us back to the Moon, on to Mars and beyond. They are designing vehicles, planning for challenges and charting major milestones. Their work is taking space exploration to new heights. But who will actually put new footprints on the Moon and take the first step on Mars? Who will take us beyond that goal? Who is responsible for the future of space exploration? Students. Today’s students are that ...

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