THE PLAN FOR SUSTAINABLE SPACE DEVELOPMENT
- a proposal for America’s space program during the current Administration -


VISITING VALLEYS ON THE MOON
Between 1969 and 1972, the United States landed at six different locations on the Moon. A total of 12 astronauts explored around their landing sites whether by walking or driving rovers.

Apollo 11: By far, this locations will be the greatest interest of all of the historic sites. This is where humans first set foot on another celestial body -- the Moon.
Apollo 12: By far, this locations will be the greatest interest of all of the historic sites. This is where humans first set foot on another celestial body -- the Moon.
Apollo 14: By far, this locations will be the greatest interest of all of the historic sites. This is where humans first set foot on another celestial body -- the Moon.
Apollo 15: By far, this locations will be the greatest interest of all of the historic sites. This is where humans first set foot on another celestial body -- the Moon.
Apollo 16: By far, this locations will be the greatest interest of all of the historic sites. This is where humans first set foot on another celestial body -- the Moon.
Apollo 17: By far, this locations will be the greatest interest of all of the historic sites. This is where humans first set foot on another celestial body -- the Moon.


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