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Leading Government Projects

Governments help lay the foundation for space development, but should not be in the business of mining asteroids or the lunar poles for profit, such as funding probes, science and technology development.

Various government probes to the Moon and asteroids, not only NASA but from all world space programs, are listed in the sections on Asteroids and the Moon as follows:

For example:

Obama's request in the 2014 NASA budget to retrieve an asteroid into high Earth or lunar orbit in the 2017-2021 time frame for astronauts to work on in subsequent years (2021+) is listed in the above section on Probes to Asteroids and NEOs.

Russian plans revealed in 2014 to explore the lunar south pole in 2015-2020 is included in the above section on lunar Probes, History and Future.




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