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It doesnt matter because even with our technology as it is it would take the same time as the last time back in the 19's or more specifically Apollo mission. But if you only want to pass the moon and not land there / enter orbit you can probably reach it by 8 hours approximately. And why can't we acheive any better is all because of the method used to land on the moon which is "Free Return Trajectory".
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With the Apollo mission in the moon back in the 19 century they took three days to land inside the moon. Today a lot has advanced since then in terms of technology, creativity and speed. More powerful rockets have been launched and the journey to the moon has been made easier this days. Perhaps it won't take long before you land on the moon. It would take approximately 24 to 30 hours to be on the moon.
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