Moon probe raises questions about space race
The last moon mission on NASA's current schedule - a small, unmanned spacecraft that will study moon dust and the lunar atmosphere - is slated to launch on Friday from Wallops Island, Virginia, elating scientists who study the moon but highlighting political questions about what NASA should do next.
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#1 Sep 1, 2013
Morons should have been prevented from making explosions on the moon. Damage is already done!
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