NASA officials suggest humans could live and work on the moon within decades | Mark Thompson

Nasa officials suggest humans could live and work on the moon within decades | mark thompson

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Science Broadcaster and Astronomer, Mark Thompson, joins Isabel and Martin to discuss NASA officials speculating that humans could live and work on the moon for extended periods of time within decades, following the successful launch of Artemis 1.

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