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Russia to set up human outpost on the Moon

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Russia rekindles Moon exploration program, intends setting up first human outposts there

Having on hand an impressive record of successful moon missions performed when it was the Soviet Union, Russia has set to revive a robotic moon exploration program. The country’s serious intentions were unveiled during a microsymposium that took place in Texas in March.

Microsymposium 54 on “Lunar Farside and Poles – New Destinations for Exploration” was organized by joint efforts of Brown University, Russia's Vernadsky Institute, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and the NASA Lunar Science Institute.

Speaking at the event, Igor Mitrofanov of the Institute for Space Research (IKI) in Moscow claimed that Russian space scientists were scripting a new plan to reconnect with the moon.

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Frank Merton

There's a good reason we've been so long going back. Except for the fact that it's there, it might as well be Oakland.

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