Blue Origin and SpaceX Fight to Build NASA's Moon Lander with 9 Others
Friday, 17 May 2019 The ink has not yet dried on the NASA amended budget request for the fiscal year 2020, but the agency has already set in motion the wheels that will eventually lead to a new Moon landing in 2024. With a variety of options at its disposal to launch humans toward the Moon, NASA's primary concern is having a human lander ready in time for the mission five years from now. As already stated, the agency will not develop its own lander, but...
NASA has announced plans for a new mission to the moon which, for the first time in history, will include women. The new mission is named Artemis, the twin sister of Apollo and goddess of the moon, and..
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According to a report by Gizmodo, NASA administrator Jim Bridenstine said that the space agency needs somewhere between 20 and 30 billion-dollars, in addition to the space agency's current budget, to..
According to Business Insider, NASA thinks it will cost between $20 billion and $30 billion to put humans back on the moon by 2024.
NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine said that money would come on top..
“We are so thrilled and excited,” says Astrobotic CEO John Thornton. “It's a story that's 12 years in the making. Our lander will take 28 payloads up to... WebProNews Also reported by •The Verge •The Merkle •ExtremeTech •WorldNews
NASA administrator Jim Bridenstine claims “nothing has changed” after President Trump seemed to question the space agency’s plans to return humans to the... The Verge Also reported by •Futurism •ExtremeTech