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A Moon Landing In 2024? NASA Says It'll Happen, Others Say: No Way

The Trump administration keeps repeating that the U.S. will return humans to the moon in 2024. That may be technically possible, but only if the money appears and if everything goes perfectly.

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A Moon Landing In 2024? NASA Says It'll Happen; Others Say: No Way

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