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Explainer: NASA aims to build on moon as a way station for Mars

Reuters Thursday, 18 July 2019
Unlike the Apollo program that put astronauts on the moon 50 years ago, NASA is gearing up for a long term presence on Earth's satellite that the agency says will eventually enable humans to reach Mars.
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The United States is embarking on another mission to the moon, but unlike the Apollo program that put humans on its surface 50 years ago, NASA is gearing up for a long term presence that the agency says will eventually enable humans to reach Mars. Lisa Bernhard reports.

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