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Radiation dosage on Lunar surface “safe for long-term human exploration”

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Guest “Let’s light this candle!” by David Middleton Moon safe for long-term human exploration, first surface radiation measurements show By Adam Mann Sep. 25, 2020 , 2:00 PM Moonwalkers take heart—China’s Chang’e 4 lander has made the first detailed measurements of the intense radiation that blasts the lunar surface and found that it’s safe for human…

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