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One Of These Days, Rover, Straight To The Moon!
February 9, 2011
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NASA might have cancelled its shuttle program, but space exploration isn't going away. It's just becoming part of private enterprise. A private space company has plans to land a robot on the moon and send data back to earth. If the company pulls it off, it would earn a $24 million piece of the Google Lunar X Prize. Not only that, it also wants to locate the site of the Apollo 11 landing. That is, if Apollo 11 really happened...


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