HOUSTON—This year has seen the 50th anniversary of the first human Moon landing and will witness another milestone in the annals of space exploration on Nov. 2—19 years of a continuous human presence aboard the International Space Station (ISS). Now NASA is plotting a return to the Moon with astronauts and a sustained human lunar presence, one that will one day unite government space efforts with the private sector to spring humanity on to Mars and deeper into the Solar ...

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