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+ - Back to the moon - in four years->

Submitted by braindrainbahrain
braindrainbahrain (874202) writes "Gene Rush, a former division chief at NASA Johnson, is running a five-part series on how the US can return to the Moon in four years. And not just land there, but actually build a base on the Moon.

How is this feasible? Hint: A public/private partnership between NASA and and a private space travel company."

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