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October 19-25, 2020 / Vol 39, No 42 / Hawai`i Island, USA

16 Oct 2020, 19:55 UTC
October 19-25, 2020 / Vol 39, No 42 / Hawai`i Island, USA
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First Women on the Moon: TransPartisan Support to Fulfill Artemis + Beyond Vision

Future USA Administration will shape 2020s decade, direction, path forward – with hope for significant, Ad Astra commitment to landing the first Women, and possibly the first Black American, on the Moon 2024-26. Current Artemis Program encompassing national, international, commercial, scientific and academic endeavors is employing and inspiring thousands, advancing green technologies for use on Earth and in Space, catalyzing international cooperation and competition, and necessitating dialogue for our future as a Multi World Civilization. Space Policy Directive-1 and its vow to return sustainably to the Moon should remain a fully-funded priority for NASA under the next Administration and Beyond. The first step toward realizing a future where peoples of varied genders, geographies and generations live off-planet may begin with the first Women on the Moon – which would expand the sphere of influence, activity and domain of women by nearly 1 Billion times. Strong advocacy to maintain USA major spacefaring capabilities from Democratic leaders would help fulfill Apollo 11 legacy started by JFK, and the pledge ‘in peace for all’. Reclaiming the greatest interglobal advance of the 20th Century with a ‘sense of urgency’ needs to ...

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