NASA's plan envisions being able to land four-person human crews anywhere on the moon's surface and to eventually use the system to transport crew members to and from a lunar outpost that it would consider building on the lunar south pole, according to the charts, because of the regions elevated quantities of hydrogen and possibly water ice.
Not appalling, but not terribly inspiring either. Apollo never should have been dismantled. We should have landed on Mars in the 1980s, and there should be lunar outposts at least as sophisticated as that depicted in Kubrick's "2001." In an ideal universe, the first crewed missions to Jupiter and Saturn -- if not a neighboring star -- would be underway.