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Today’s Deep Space Extra

14 Jun 2019, 13:36 UTC
Today’s Deep Space Extra
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In Today’s Deep Space Extra… NASA Administrator Bridenstine discusses early budgetary estimates for Artemis mission – projections that may change as the agency refines planning. China and India discuss plans for future independent space stations. Women, more than men, may have what it takes for long and distant space exploration. NASA offers live stream of assembly activities underway with the Mars 2020 rover. The Space Corps will be established as a separate branch of the armed service but organized within the U.S. Air Force as voted by the U.S. House Armed Services Committee on Thursday.
Human Space ExplorationNASA estimates it will need $20 billion to $30 billion for Moon landing, administrator saysCoalition Members in the News – Boeing, Lockheed MartinCNN (6/13): NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine on Thursday provided CNN Business a $20 billion to $30 billion cost estimate for Artemis, the agency’s recently announced plan to accelerate a human return to the surface of the Moon from 2028 to 2024. The total will be spread over the next five years. Less than some had predicted, the estimate is to lead to a sustainable human presence at the Moon to help prepare NASA for the future human exploration of Mars ...

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