NASA is heading back to the moon, but if they have their way it will be for more than just a quick visit.
Forty years after astronaut Neil Armstrong first left human footprints on the moon, NASA is working to build a lunar space station. It would allow astronauts to stay on the moon for weeks or even months.
The lunar missions are scheduled to begin in 2018.
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