Did you knowEver wondered why we haven’t visited the Moon in half a century? Well, here are five reasons in a nutshell. Back in the ’60s and ’70s, we did the whole Apollo thing, and folks kinda felt like we’d been there, done that. Budget constraints shifted priorities away from space exploration. The intense Space Race rivalry that fueled lunar visits cooled off. We’ve sent robots and rovers to do lunar exploration, and they’re rocking it. Mars has stolen the spotlight lately, with plans for manned missions and colonization.
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