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NASA plans about return to Moon costs $28 billion

NASA revealed its latest plan to return astronauts to the Moon in 2024 estimated at $28 billion.

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NASA revealed its latest plan to return astronauts to the Moon in 2024 estimated at $28 billion.

Congress by November will have to sign off from this project. However, Trump always has this on top priority. The $28 billion would cover the budgetary years of 2021-25. NASA’s administrator Jim Bridenstine noted that “political risks” were often the biggest threat to NASA’s work, especially before such a crucial election.

He further stated that if Congress approves the plan the US is more close to its mission by 2024. Three different projects compete to build the lunar lander that will carry two astronauts.  Out of two, one is a woman.

The first flight, Artemis I, scheduled for November of 2021, will be unmanned. The new giant rocket SLS, currently in its test phase, will take off for the first time with the Orion capsule.

Artemis II, in 2023, will take astronauts around the Moon but will not land. Finally, Artemis III will be the equivalent of Apollo 11 in 1969, but the stay on the Moon will last longer. The stay would be for a week and will include two to five “extravehicular activities.”

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