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Forty years ago today, human beings stepped on the lunar surface – it was the culmination of a “space race” – that’s never recovered it’s urgency.
As we celebrate the success of Apollo 11 – many wonder if we’ve forgotten about the frontier of space. The Obama administration is looking closely at the NASA plan to return to the moon by 2020, and wondering if it can sell the cost to the American people.
Meanwhile, the three-man crew of the original moon mission plan to lobby the President to get the space program in gear – and start planning for Mars.
Today, where we live – we’ll look back at what the lunar landing meant to you. And, we’ll look ahead at what should be the next voyage into space.