Russia Is Still Inching Toward The Moon

Credit: Carla Cioffi/NASA
Half a century after the first Apollo Moon landing, Russia still has a dream: to put its own cosmonauts on the Moon. But the ambitious goal is farther away from reality than it was in the Soviet Union on the day Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin left their footprints on the lunar surface. Ever since...

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