Upcoming Public Missions

Upcoming Missions

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Nov 6

6:00pm

Lunar Quest

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In the not-too-distant future, astronauts and scientists research distant planets from one of several permanent habitats on the Moon. Directed from Mission Control at Moon Base Alpha, human-operated vehicles and rovers search for titanium and iron deposits. Although scouting for these locations is dangerous, it is critical to the expansion of lunar research.

Nov 20

2:00pm

Rendezvous with a Comet

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A crew of astronauts is being sent on a mission to explore Comet Encke. Along the way, astronauts use their scientific and creative problem-solving skills to deal with unexpected and highly unpredictable objects in the solar system that come their way.

Dec 5

9:00am

Lunar Quest

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In the not-too-distant future, astronauts and scientists research distant planets from one of several permanent habitats on the Moon. Directed from Mission Control at Moon Base Alpha, human-operated vehicles and rovers search for titanium and iron deposits. Although scouting for these locations is dangerous, it is critical to the expansion of lunar research.

Dec 12

9:00am

Lunar Quest

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In the not-too-distant future, astronauts and scientists research distant planets from one of several permanent habitats on the Moon. Directed from Mission Control at Moon Base Alpha, human-operated vehicles and rovers search for titanium and iron deposits. Although scouting for these locations is dangerous, it is critical to the expansion of lunar research.

Dec 19

1:00pm

Lunar Quest

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In the not-too-distant future, astronauts and scientists research distant planets from one of several permanent habitats on the Moon. Directed from Mission Control at Moon Base Alpha, human-operated vehicles and rovers search for titanium and iron deposits. Although scouting for these locations is dangerous, it is critical to the expansion of lunar research.

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