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NASA chief says returning astronauts to the Moon could cost $30 billion

FOXNews.com Monday, 17 June 2019
It was always going to be expensive, but NASA's first cost estimate for the agency's push to land humans on the moon by 2024 is finally here — and it's surprisingly cheap.
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News video: NASA Expects Future Moon Landing To Cost Between $20 Billion To $30 Billion

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NASA wants to return American astronauts to the moon by 2024 and now they’re looking at how much it would cost. According to CNN, they will need an estimated $20 billion to $30 billion over the next five years. NASA administrator Jim Bridenstine said that means they would need to add $4 billion to...

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