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Date of first expedition,according to the Evening Sentinel of North Staffs,was in 1908,and got to within eighty miles,winter came,so the expedition continued in 1909 and was successful in reaching the impact/touchdown point.Both expeditions were led by a scientist from Moscow University.
This article appeared in the sentinel round about 1960 onwards.This is when I lived in North Staffs.I my self have done some research recently, in Newcastle-Under-Lyme's library,so far without finding the article.I do not live in Newcastle now and finding time to do any more research is difficult,I am hoping in writing this article to interest anybody in N.Staffs. to carry on and try and find this Sentinel's story.They will find micro film copies of the Sentinel in Newcastle's library.Suggest 1960 onwards.


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