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Title: The Scientific Rationale for Renewed Human Exploration of the Moon
Primary Author: Ian Crawford
Secondary Author(s): Mahesh Anand, Professor Mark Burchell, James Carpenter, Barbara Cohen, Leon Croukamp, Andrew Daga, Hilary Downes, Sarah Fagents, Terence Hackwill, James N Head, Essam Heggy, Adrian Jones, Katherine Joy, Christian Koeberl, Philippe Lognonné, Clive Neal, Noah Petro, Professor Sara Russell, Joshua Snape, Larry Taylor, Allan Treiman, Shoshana Weider, Mark Wieczorek, Lionel Wilson
Institution: Birkbeck College London
Summary: This paper outlines the scientific benefits that will follow from renewed human exploration of the Moon. [Final version with updated author list]
Panel Selection: Inner Planets: Mercury, Venus, and the Moon.
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