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Far Side of the Moon Exploration

Craig Smith

November 26, 2012

Far Side of the Moon Exploration

I would like to see exploration on the far side of the moon and also at the lunar poles where there is water. It has been a long time since we have sent humans to the moon. It is close and does not cost as much as other missions. Plus we can set up telescopes that have the noise blocked from earth. They could pick up new planets around the stars. We could also send a rover first which would cost less than the Mars rovers.

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