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Why Did NASA Cancel the Apollo Program? | Apollo

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Published on Jan 12, 2019

NASA had grand plans for the Moon during the Apollo program, but those dreams were cut short a few years after the first landing. Apollo 17 would mark the last time humans ventured to the Moon.

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