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NASA chief announces Alabama facility as moon spacecraft headquarters

Reuters Friday, 16 August 2019
NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine on Friday said Marshall Space Flight Center in Alabama will serve as headquarters for the U.S. space agency's program to build a spacecraft to put astronauts back on the moon by 2024.
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