美国宇航局概述 $  28 亿亿美元的计划将第一个女人降落在月球上 2024

美国宇航局有重大计划 2024.

航天局说四年, 它计划让有史以来的第一个女人和月球上的第一个男人降落 1972 通过其阿耳emi弥斯计划.
程序 calls for $ 28 十亿 in funding through 2025 for Phase 1, NASA said in its news release.
Artemis is named after the Greek goddess of the moon and twin sister of Apollo. NASA’s Apollo 11 mission succeeded in landing the first humans on the moon on July 20, 1969.
    只要 12 humans, all male, have ever walked on the moon and they were all American, according to Bettina Inclán, NASA Communications Director. 所有 12 men were Americans.
    The last person walked on the Moon in 1972,Inclán told CNN in a statement. “No woman has ever walked on the lunar surface.
    在十二月 2017, President Donald Trump signed Space Policy Directive 1, which called for NASA to send humans to the Moon for the first time since 1972 对于 “long-term exploration and useand missions to other planets.
    NASA said it hopes that more exploration of the moon will help the US establish a strategic presence in space and grow their international partnerships.
    One billion dollars of the budget will go directly to the development of a commercial human lunar system that will take humans to the moon’s surface, NASA said.
    An allotment of $ 651 million will be used to support the Orion Spacecraft and the rocket that Boeing is building for the moon missioncalled the Space Launch System or SLS. NASA has already spent at least $ 11.9 billion on the SLS, which was supposed to be ready by December 2017.
    The spacecraft is complete, NASA said, and the core stage and four attached rockets are undergoing final tests in preparation for acritical hot fire test this fall.
    NASA’s Artemis I mission is on track to launch in 2021 with two test flights around the Moon without astronauts. 然而, NASA plans to send robots using commercial delivery services tosend dozens of new science investigations and technology demonstrationsto the Moon twice in 2021.
    Artemis II is set to launch in 2023 with astronauts on board in preparation to have Artemis III bring astronauts back to the surface of the Moon.
      The astronauts will be fitted with modern spacesuits that allow for greater flexibility and movement than the spacesuits used by other Apollo-era astronauts, and they will be tasked with collecting samples and conducting arange of science experiments over the course of nearly seven days.
      The Artemis program will search for and potentially extract resources such as water that can be converted into other usable resources such as oxygen and fuel, and NASA hopes to develop new mobility capabilities that will allow astronauts to explore new regions of the Moon.

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