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New alliances emerge in the space race to the Moon

A high-res photo of the China's jade Rabbit rover, taken by the Chang'e-3 lander in 2013. Source: China National Space Administration

The Moon could get a little busy in the 2030s. The world’s biggest nations are all now working on developing lunar missions, thrusting the Moon once again to the center of a new global space race.

Last week, US vice president Mike Pence reiterated the Trump administration’s desire to see American astronauts back on the Moon.

“Here from this bridge to space our nation will return to the moon….

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