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NASA gives its new Moon mission a name: Artemis

TechCrunch Tuesday, 14 May 2019
Cool missions need cool names, and NASA's new plan to establish a permanent lunar presence and put an American on the Moon again now has one: Artemis. It's nod both to Apollo, the 50th anniversary of the culmination of which is this year, and to the fact that the program is likely to send the first woman to the Moon.
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