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More than forty years after Neil Armstrong?s historic footsteps, mankind is about to return to the Moon with an ambitious goal: to build a permanent outpost. New rockets and spacecraft are being built, and generations of astronauts are training for a first lunar landing in December 2019. During the summer of 2008, astronauts staged a dress rehearsal of their lunar mission on Devon Island near the North Pole. The crew of 30 men and women set up camp on the rim of Haughton Impact Crater ? a 12 mile-wide basin blasted out of the deserted island by a colliding asteroid. It is a full-scale replica of Shackleton Crater on the Moon, where American, European and Japanese astronauts will land in 2019.

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New Moon

More than forty years after Neil Armstrong?s historic footsteps, mankind is about to return to the Moon with an ambitious goal: to build a permanent outpost. New rockets and spacecraft are being built, and generations of astronauts are training for a first lunar landing in December 2019. During the summer of 2008, astronauts staged a dress rehearsal of their lunar mission on Devon Island near the North Pole. The crew of 30 men and women set up camp on the rim of Haughton Impact Crater ? a 12 mile-wide basin blasted out of the deserted island by a colliding asteroid. It is a full-scale replica of Shackleton Crater on the Moon, where American, European and Japanese astronauts will land in 2019.

New Moon

More than forty years after Neil Armstrong?s historic footsteps, mankind is about to return to the Moon with an ambitious goal: to build a permanent outpost. New rockets and spacecraft are being built, and generations of astronauts are training for a first lunar landing in December 2019. During the summer of 2008, astronauts staged a dress rehearsal of their lunar mission on Devon Island near the North Pole. The crew of 30 men and women set up camp on the rim of Haughton Impact Crater ? a 12 mile-wide basin blasted out of the deserted island by a colliding asteroid. It is a full-scale replica of Shackleton Crater on the Moon, where American, European and Japanese astronauts will land in 2019.

New Moon

More than forty years after Neil Armstrong?s historic footsteps, mankind is about to return to the Moon with an ambitious goal: to build a permanent outpost. New rockets and spacecraft are being built, and generations of astronauts are training for a first lunar landing in December 2019. During the summer of 2008, astronauts staged a dress rehearsal of their lunar mission on Devon Island near the North Pole. The crew of 30 men and women set up camp on the rim of Haughton Impact Crater ? a 12 mile-wide basin blasted out of the deserted island by a colliding asteroid. It is a full-scale replica of Shackleton Crater on the Moon, where American, European and Japanese astronauts will land in 2019.

New Moon

More than forty years after Neil Armstrong?s historic footsteps, mankind is about to return to the Moon with an ambitious goal: to build a permanent outpost. New rockets and spacecraft are being built, and generations of astronauts are training for a first lunar landing in December 2019. During the summer of 2008, astronauts staged a dress rehearsal of their lunar mission on Devon Island near the North Pole. The crew of 30 men and women set up camp on the rim of Haughton Impact Crater ? a 12 mile-wide basin blasted out of the deserted island by a colliding asteroid. It is a full-scale replica of Shackleton Crater on the Moon, where American, European and Japanese astronauts will land in 2019.

New Moon

More than forty years after Neil Armstrong?s historic footsteps, mankind is about to return to the Moon with an ambitious goal: to build a permanent outpost. New rockets and spacecraft are being built, and generations of astronauts are training for a first lunar landing in December 2019. During the summer of 2008, astronauts staged a dress rehearsal of their lunar mission on Devon Island near the North Pole. The crew of 30 men and women set up camp on the rim of Haughton Impact Crater ? a 12 mile-wide basin blasted out of the deserted island by a colliding asteroid. It is a full-scale replica of Shackleton Crater on the Moon, where American, European and Japanese astronauts will land in 2019.

New Moon

More than forty years after Neil Armstrong?s historic footsteps, mankind is about to return to the Moon with an ambitious goal: to build a permanent outpost. New rockets and spacecraft are being built, and generations of astronauts are training for a first lunar landing in December 2019. During the summer of 2008, astronauts staged a dress rehearsal of their lunar mission on Devon Island near the North Pole. The crew of 30 men and women set up camp on the rim of Haughton Impact Crater ? a 12 mile-wide basin blasted out of the deserted island by a colliding asteroid. It is a full-scale replica of Shackleton Crater on the Moon, where American, European and Japanese astronauts will land in 2019.

New Moon

More than forty years after Neil Armstrong?s historic footsteps, mankind is about to return to the Moon with an ambitious goal: to build a permanent outpost. New rockets and spacecraft are being built, and generations of astronauts are training for a first lunar landing in December 2019. During the summer of 2008, astronauts staged a dress rehearsal of their lunar mission on Devon Island near the North Pole. The crew of 30 men and women set up camp on the rim of Haughton Impact Crater ? a 12 mile-wide basin blasted out of the deserted island by a colliding asteroid. It is a full-scale replica of Shackleton Crater on the Moon, where American, European and Japanese astronauts will land in 2019.

New Moon

More than forty years after Neil Armstrong?s historic footsteps, mankind is about to return to the Moon with an ambitious goal: to build a permanent outpost. New rockets and spacecraft are being built, and generations of astronauts are training for a first lunar landing in December 2019. During the summer of 2008, astronauts staged a dress rehearsal of their lunar mission on Devon Island near the North Pole. The crew of 30 men and women set up camp on the rim of Haughton Impact Crater ? a 12 mile-wide basin blasted out of the deserted island by a colliding asteroid. It is a full-scale replica of Shackleton Crater on the Moon, where American, European and Japanese astronauts will land in 2019.