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NASA's head warned that China may try to claim the Moon – two space scholars explain why that's unlikely to happen

By Svetla Ben-Itzhak, Assistant Professor of Space and International Relations, Air University
R. Lincoln Hines, Assistant Professor, West Space Seminar, Air University, Air University
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A comment by Bill Nelson, the NASA administrator, sparked a strong public response from the Chinese government. But due to legal and practical reasons, no country could take over the Moon anytime soon.The Conversation

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