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Photo-s89_20089
Exploration Imagery
This art concept reflects the evaluation and study at JSC by the Man Systems Division and Johnson Engineering personnel
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S89-20089 (July 1989)--- With a number of studies ongoing for possible lunar explorations, many concepts for living and working on Earth's natural satellite have been examined. This art concept reflects the evaluation and study at JSC by the Man Systems Division and Johnson Engineering personnel. A lunar lander for transporting crews kicks up dust on the Moon's surface near a dome-like habitat depicted in photo's S89-20084/5.

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