Can the moon be a person?
Posted on: Mon 31 Aug 2020
It was Neil Armstrong who took the first steps there decades ago, but there have been no landings on the moon since 1972.
However, humanity has not given up on its dreams of space travel in the future and the moon is no exception.
Alice Gorman is an Associate Professor in Archaeology and Space Studies at Flinders University and she chatted with Breakfast‘s Tom Mann and Zoe Kounadis about future visits to the moon and how it could be used to benefit Earth.
Image sourced:Eugenio Pastoral
Produced by Tom Mann