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Nasa makes plans for Mars landing

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When Apollo 11 landed on the Moon 40 years ago, it was assumed its mission would be one small step in the continuous exploration of space. In fact, no human has been close to the moon since 1972. In the last of his special reports, science correspondent Tom Feilden looks at Nasa's plans to go back to the moon and beyond.

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