NASA Officials Claim Humans can Live on the Moon by 2030

NASA Launch

NewsToday: NASA said the launch of the Artemis 1 rocket could allow people to live on the moon by the end of this decade.

Artemis 1 ultimately took off from the Kennedy Space Station in Florida after numerous unsuccessful attempts. This unmanned flight will pave the path for human flights with crews and future moon missions. Artemis transports an Orion spacecraft holding a human body model to study the effects of flying on the body.
According to Orion program manager Howard Hu, the launch represented a watershed moment in human spaceflight. He stated that this is the beginning of long-term deep space exploration that would benefit America and the entire planet.
"NASA has accomplished a great deal on this day, but it's also a historic day for people interested in human spaceflight and deep space exploration," he said. He stated that we are returning to the moon, developing a sustainable program and that this ride will put humans back on the moon.

Sabahat Abid


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