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As last month marked the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 moon landing and the “one giant leap for mankind”, it seemed there were an infinite number of articles, documentaries, books, podcasts and deep-dives on the history of space travel and a meditation on why, after sending 12 men to the moon in four years, we have not really broadened our planetary horizons since. 

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