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AmiMoJo quotes SlashGear: We’re still many years away from casual consumer trips to the Moon, but it’s easy to fantasize about such trips. NASA is getting in on the fun with a new campaign presenting the public with a simple question: what would you pack if you were taking your own lunar trip? NASA is encouraging anyone interested to share a picture of what’s in their bag (for this imagined Moon trip) using its new #NASAMoonKit social campaign…

NASA is encouraging the public to get a container that meets this volume limitation, pack it with the precious few items they’d bring along on the trip, then take a picture and share it on social media — either Instagram, Facebook, or Twitter — using the #NASAMoonKit hashtag. NASA says that it may share your post on its own social accounts if it likes what it sees.

“What can’t you leave the planet without?” asks the campaign’s official web page. “Is it your camera? Your drawing pad? Or maybe your musical instrument?

“How would you organize everything you need for your next giant leap?”

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