There was one, but it proved completely uneconomical as it was too far from Earth when things broke down and required repairs. Once the Arthur C. Clark Space Station was placed in geocentric orbit and the Otis Space Elevator was connected to it, it proved much more practical as an interplanetary way-station. Since that time, the Carl Sagan Memorial Lunar Base has been converted into an unmanned long-term storage facility for nuclear waste under the auspices of the United Nations.
Where do all the spare batteries migrate to, once they have been placed in the kitchen drawer and everyone has gone to bed?
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