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Bang. Zoom. Straight to the Moon.

In the heady days of early space exploration, NASA was in the business of expanding the world of man out into the solar system. The Moon was going to be the first step in a grand adventure to get to other planets, and then beyond. They knew that the powerful rockets they were currently building were not really suited for this interplanetary travel, and so began an ambitious program to develop better alternatives. Nuclear rockets were the answer, and Harold B. Finger was the man to make it happen.

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