NASA States 'No More Moon Landings, Ever' After Health & Safety Risk Assessment
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Qatar is planning the next moon landing using immigrant labour.
This could be closer to the truth than you think. JFK, as we all know, challenged NASA to put a man on the moon in ten years, which they (allegedly) aced. In 2004 George Dubleya Bush challenged NASA to repeat the exercise and was quoted a 16 year lead time. Either they were very busy with something else, someone had borrowed their cordless drill and hadn't returned it or they'd carried out said risk assessment and decided it actually is a difficult and dangerous thing to do.
Or are our cinematic expectations so high that the CGI for a new round of moon landings in high definition would take sixteen years to complete?Posted 2 months ago #
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