They Are A little Out of Touch at the Times

Nasa to put man on far side of moon, Times Online

"NASA, the American space agency, has unveiled plans for one of the largest rockets ever built to take a manned mission to the far side of the moon. ... The design emerged during a space science conference in Houston, Texas, last week. The plan is part of Nasas "Return to the Moon" programme set in motion by President George W Bush two years ago."

Editor's note: I guess someone at the Times has been asleep for a few months - this was all "unvelied" here last Christmas - and officially "emerged" a few weeks later from NASA itself.

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