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The potential science from future lunar missions stretches far beyond the moon.

A new radio telescope on the far side of the moon could capitalize on NASA's new Artemis era of lunar exploration, say scientists who hope to one day use such a telescope to potentially probe deeper into the universe than even the newly-operational James Webb Space Telescope can.

"The argument for putting a radio telescope on the far side of the moon is to look at lower radio frequencies that are otherwise heavily polluted by human radio transmissions on Earth," Steven Kahn, a physicist at Stanford University in California, told Space.com.

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