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Humans on the Moon: A Never-Ending Story

Lecture no. 7 from the course: A Field Guide to the Planets

Humans on the Moon: A Never-Ending Story

Taught by Professor Sabine Stanley | 31 min | Categories: The Great Courses Plus Online Science Course

Even before the invention of telescopes, humans were familiar with the dark lunar highlands and bright maria on the Moon’s surface. But now, with knowledge gained from both robotic and crewed missions, you can also explore fascinating and complex lunar swirls, sinuous rilles, and the lava tubes that hold promise as ideal locations for future lunar bases.

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