Talk:Luna 16

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This article needs cleanup, as roughly the same material is repeated. PatGallacher 14:49, 2005 August 2 (UTC)

Yes, I think Luna 16 is really important because it was robotic. Its tech must be somewhat better than US manned missions'. We still don't have automatic pilot in our cars but they sent an automatic spacecraft to the moon. Now, thats what I call achievement. Deliogul 21:04, 2 January 2007 (UTC)