Energy News Network: The U.S. space program’s plans to return to the moon are breathing new life into the agency’s research on fuel cells and increasing the potential for commercial technology transfer here on Earth.
Fifty years ago, humans first walked on the moon. The National Aeronautics and Space Administration’s long-range goals now call for small landers, and then crewed missions, with eventually an orbiting base and a surface-based station.
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