Developing the global exploration roadmap: An example using the humans to the lunar surface theme

@article{Neal2014DevelopingTG,
  title={Developing the global exploration roadmap: An example using the humans to the lunar surface theme},
  author={Clive R. Neal and Gregory K. Schmidt and Pascale Ehrenfreund and James Carpenter},
  journal={Space Policy},
  year={2014},
  volume={30},
  pages={156-162}
}
The development of the Global Exploration Roadmap (GER) by 12 space agencies participating in the International Space Exploration Coordination Group broadly outlines a pathway to send humans beyond low Earth orbit for the first time since Apollo. Three themes have emerged: Exploration of a Near-Earth Asteroid, Extended Duration Crew Missions, and Humans to the Lunar Surface. The lack of detail within each of these themes could mean that realizing the goals of the GER would be significantly… 
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