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NASA's Kennedy Space Center Jul 19
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Jim Bridenstine Jul 19
Our goal 50 years ago was to prove we could land humans on the Moon and return them safely to Earth. Our goal now is to return to the Moon in a sustainable way, under the program, to prepare for the next giant leap – sending humans to Mars.
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NASA Jul 20
We have an opportunity to take a giant leap forward for all of humanity as our program will send humans to the Moon in 2024 and on to Mars, says Administrator Watch:
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NASA Jul 19
Earth Blue, Rocket Red & Lunar Silver: We have a new identity for our Program that draws bold inspiration from the Apollo program & forges its own path, showing how will pursue lunar exploration like never before and pave the way to Mars:
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NASA Ames Jul 19
“This is the image of exploration that will carry us as we once again send humans beyond Earth orbit.” – NASA Administrator Learn more about our program:
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NASA Jul 19
Leap ahead to 2024: The first woman and the next man to land on the Moon are exploring the lunar south pole. What will they learn? Here's what the missions will teach us about living and working in deep space:
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Kellie Gerardi Jul 19
unveiled the official program logo today! What a great tribute (and update) 50 years later.
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Jim Bridenstine Jul 19
We Go: To the Moon and on to Mars. Today's generation will explore farther than we've ever gone before. The Artemis program will send the first woman and next man to walk on the lunar surface and build a sustainable base to prepare for missions to Mars and beyond.
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NASA Jul 17
For the 1st time in half a century, our missions will allow us to examine the Moon’s surface up close. We will build on the knowledge from the Apollo missions & learn more about how to keep humans safe in space. Celebrate & learn more:
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NASA Moon 8h
We watched the Apollo astronauts visit the Moon 50 years ago. We've sent a series of robotic explorers since. And now it’s time for the generation. Let's go to the Moon. You ready?
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Human Spaceflight Jul 12
No more artist's impressions. Starting next week, as the world celebrates , the spacecraft that will fly around the on the first mission will be complete:
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NASA Jul 12
This week, we: 👩‍🚀 Shared a glimpse of our mission to return astronauts to the Moon 🚀 Tested a milestone for our rocket 🗺️ Mapped surface changes from recent California earthquakes For more on these and other stories, visit:
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Christina H Koch Jul 16
The odds were in our favor on today🌒 So special to experience a partial lunar eclipse during the historic week of celebrations. Dreaming of the sights we’ll see on future missions.
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NASA 2h
Named for the mythological Greek Moon goddess and twin of Apollo, will carry humanity back to the Moon — this time, for good — before we launch to Mars and to the unexplored beyond. Get the latest updates and more, straight to your inbox:
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NASA's Kennedy Space Center Jul 20
. has landed aboard Air Force Two at the Shuttle Landing Facility ahead of remarks honoring the heroes of Apollo 11. The Vice President will also discuss ’s plans at 1 p.m. ET:
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NASA STEM Engagement Jul 19
LIVE NOW: Tune into to watch the live broadcast of Forward to the Moon! This special STEM show will inspire the generation of explorers to dream big, & take charge of the bold way ’s going forward to the Moon and on to Mars!
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NASA Moon Jul 16
As we reflect on our journey to the Moon 50 years ago, we’re also looking forward to our next trip. Here’s what we can learn from the Program:
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Face The Nation Jul 14
On the 50th Anniversary of Admin Jim Bridenstine talks about the new mission: “We go to the moon so we can learn how to live and work on another world and have more access to the solar system than ever before.”
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Johnson Space Center 6h
As they waved farewell to the Moon, astronauts turned around to snap this photo of the desolate place that, just one day prior, had never been visited by humankind. More visitors would arrive soon. Now, astronauts are training for their trip.
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U.S. Embassy Ottawa Jul 18
We think 🇨🇦 astronauts are stellar! was the first international partner on the mission - carrying humanity back to the Moon, to Mars, and beyond. From the Canadarm to the Canada is a strong partner and trusted co-pilot.
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