The Path of Exploration - MyMoon

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THE PATH OF EXPLORATION

The latest blog from The Institute's Dr. Paul Spudis on "The Once and Future Moon." Dr. Spudis breaks down the changing rationale and definition of the idea of "exploration."
One of the last major milestones in the history of terrestrial exploration was achieved one hundred years ago today – the attainment of the South Pole by Roald Amundsen and his team on December 14, 1911. His rival, Robert Falcon Scott and crew, were still more than a month away from the pole and (although denying they were in a race) destined for heartbreaking disappointment when they arrived to find the Norwegian flag flapping in the howling Antarctic wind. Read more.

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