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The Moon and space travel are magical for Bucharest-born Hari Mogosanu, who loves them so much she has an asteroid named after her. She explains why Easter is the only public holiday that revolves around a new moon and why some years it’s March 22, while and others it’s as late as April the 25th. Hari is pretty certain that the Moon will become the base for human space travel. In the meantime, as Senior Science Communicator at the Carter Observatory in Wellington, Hari is sharing her love of the Moon and space travel far and wide
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