How Long Does It Take to Reach the Moon?

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To determine how long it takes to reach the moon would depend on the speed of travel. On a very slow mission, like the ESA SMART-1 lunar probe, the trip took 1 year, 1 month and 2 weeks. The fastest trip was the NASA'S New Horizons Pluto Mission which took just 8 hours, 35 minutes!
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