posted on Dec, 3 2012 @ 07:07 PM
reply to post by HowSoYouSay
As with Mars, the moon has many fascinating surface features that should be investigated. I think Aristarchus Crater and its neighborhood should be
imaged on-the-ground. I also think the poles and the far side of the moon should be extensively investigated.
With respect to other missions, Mars, to me, does not seem all that exotic. We've made a very good effort to do research there. Enough is enough.
If we are going to continue launching unmanned missions to other planets in our solar system I believe we should begin investigating the moons of
Saturn and Jupiter and its moons. We should be landing on these bodies.
We've focused too much on Mars.
edit on 12/3/2012 by MCCXLIV because: (no reason given)