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NASA unveils $28 billion plan to land first woman, next man on the moon in 2024

USATODAY.com Tuesday, 22 September 2020
The mission would mark the first time human land on the lunar surface since 1972 and could pave the way for establishing a base camp on the moon.
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NASA is unveiling plans to send the first woman to the moon. The 28-billion dollar plan aims to land a woman and a man on the moon in 2024. The trip would mark the first time humans would land there since 1972.

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