NASA’s Journey To Mars Will Not Ignore Moon

Credit: Moon: NASA
HOUSTON – NASA’s Journey to Mars envisions a U.S. role in a human “return to the Moon,” even if not in the same sense the agency carried out six spacecraft landings under the agency’s banner during the Apollo era that allowed a dozen astronauts to explore, NASA Administrator Charles Bolden says...

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