Will humans really be back on the moon by 2024? A Q&A with space experts  POLITICO

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What can we gain from going back to the moon? We hosted a live chat on Reddit with space industry experts about the new race to the moon.What can we gain from going back to the moon? We hosted a live chat on Reddit with space industry experts about the new race to the moon.

Will humans really be back on the moon by 2024? A Q&A with space experts - POLITICO

NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine granted an interview to FRANCE 24 on the sidelines of the 2019 Paris Air Show. He discussed the US space agency's plans to return to the Moon - this time sending women astronauts - ahead of an eventual mission to Mars. Bridenstine also told us more about plans to allow tourists to travel to the International Space Station, and shared his thoughts on whether there is life somewhere in the universe beyond Earth.NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine granted an interview to FRANCE 24 on the sidelines of the 2019 Paris Air Show. He discussed the US space agency's plans to return to the Moon - this time sending women astronauts - ahead of an eventual mission to Mars. Bridenstine also told us more about plans to allow tourists to travel to the International Space Station, and shared his thoughts on whether there is life somewhere in the universe beyond Earth.

The Interview - NASA chief: 'For the first time, we're going to send women to the Moon'

Only 1 per cent of all Earthlike planets in the universe have a satellite as hefty and protective as ours.Only 1 per cent of all Earthlike planets in the universe have a satellite as hefty and protective as ours.

“NEW: NASA's @JimBridenstine tells us the agency will need $20B to $30B over the next five years for 2024 moon mission, otherwise known as Artemis. We finally have an all-in cost estimate. 👇 https://t.co/UUG66yIJhT”

Jackie Wattles on Twitter: "NEW: NASA's @JimBridenstine tells us the agency will need $20B to $30B over the next five years for 2024 moon mission, otherwise known as Artemis. We finally have an all-in cost estimate. 👇 https://t.co/UUG66yIJhT"

“.@JimBridenstine tells me that "we want access to every part of the moon at any time." https://t.co/W6O3GdqZzP @politico #POLITICOSpace”

Jacqueline Feldscher on Twitter: ".@JimBridenstine tells me that "we want access to every part of the moon at any time." https://t.co/W6O3GdqZzP @politico #POLITICOSpace"

And that's a conservative estimate, according to NASA administrator Jim Bridenstine.And that's a conservative estimate, according to NASA administrator Jim Bridenstine.

NASA Says Additional £16 Billion Needed to Land Humans on the Moon by 2024 | Gizmodo UK

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NASA reveals details of plans to put astronauts on the Moon by 2024 | One America News Network

NASA has rocketed into the Paris air show in grand style, with a passionate call for European and other international partners to get on board its fast-track project to return astronauts to the Moon by 2024.

PARIS: Moon is a mission for all of us – NASA chief