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Trump marks Mars as next target, Moon 'not so exciting'

Space Daily Monday, 23 September 2019 ()
Trump marks Mars as next target, Moon 'not so exciting'Washington DC (Sputnik) Sep 23, 2019

US President Donald Trump on Friday praised the US space program's efforts to return astronauts to the moon by 2024 as "tremendous," yet outlined that the ultimate goal is Mars. "We're going to Mars," Trump told reporters after a White House meeting with Australia's Prime Minister Scott Morrison, marking Mars as a more exciting target than the moon. "We're stopping at the moon. The m
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