Galileo XVII. Since he saw the moon in the twentieth century, humans went there.
When the Apollo missions made a reality in 1969, they began to see the future of the US space program on the dusk. In 1984, the International Symposium on the subject was organized by organizers, "Space transport technology in 2000 realized that it would have the capability to pay payments on Wednesday," and they would have to start thinking about moving forward.
Unfortunately, land-based nations did not have space transportation technologies capable of making regular visits to the moon in 2000. He also knew the true nature of the lunar surface.