NASA Claims to Send More and More Humans On Moon by 2024. Check out how?
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NASA Claims To Send More And More Humans On Moon By 2024. Check Out How?

NASA Claims To Send More And More Humans On Moon By 2024. Check Out How?:

NASA is now ready to send more and more humans on the Moon. The officials have introduced the Artemis lunar exploration programΒ in which more people will go on the Moon by 2024. Check out everything you need to know about the program.

What Is NASA And Artemis Lunar Exploration Program?

On Thursday, 24 September 2020, NASA published an outlined program called Artemis lunar exploration. It plans to send the next women and first men to be dispatched on the Moon. The program aims to send more and more humans on the Moon by 2024.

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This program is a base that will build more aeronautic technology, opportunities and business in future for the world. With this program, the officials not only aim to send more and more humans on the Moon but also explore the possibility of life on other planets such as Mars and Venus.

 

The program is divided into three major parts with the first being Artemis 1. The first will be launched by 2021 in which the aerospace rockets and crafts will be considered. In the 2nd part of the Artemis flight test and is targeted for 2023. And the final piece will be taken into action in 2024 with sending more and more humans on the Moon.

What Does It Take To Go On The Moon?

Going on to the Moon isn’t an easy job. It requires a lot of action and plan. For NASA going to the Moon involves various elements – such as the exploration ground systems (the structures on the ground that are required to support the launch). Moreover, the Space Launch System (SLS), Orion (the spacecraft for lunar missions), Gateway (the lunar outpost around the Moon), lunar landers (modern human landing systems) and the Artemis generation spacesuits – are already.

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