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Space Policy Edition: Why Apollo Ended (with John Logsdon)

6 Sep 2019, 20:44 UTC
Space Policy Edition: Why Apollo Ended (with John Logsdon)
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As NASA struggles to return humans to the Moon by 2024, it's worth asking: why did it stop in the first place?As NASA struggles to return humans to the Moon by 2024, it's worth asking: why did it stop in the first place? Space historian John Logsdon joins the show to discuss the politics behind the decision to abandon the Moon in 1972. Casey and Mat also discuss the proposal to offer a $2 billion prize for sending humans back to the Moon and establishing a base there, and why that's not good public policy. More resources about this month’s topics are at http://www.planetary.org/multimedia/planetary-radio/show/2019/space-policy-edition-41.html

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