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Nasa Administrator Announces Plans To Go To The Moon And Stay

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Bridenstine looks back at first year as NASA administrator
on 22nd of Apr 2019 Go to the moon by 2024. Stay on the moon and utilize its resources. Long term? Go to Mars. Bridenstine now faces the biggest challenge of any NASA administrator since James . which could impact the

SpaceX to launch cargo resupply mission despite Crew Dragon mishap
on 22nd of Apr 2019 The resupply mission was originally scheduled to blast-off on April 26, but last week, NASA announced a delay . Draco Static Fire Test at SpaceX Landing Zone 1 in Florida,” NASA Administrator Jim

SpaceX commercial crew vehicle appears to blow up during a test, could delay crewed flight
on 22nd of Apr 2019 “This is why we test,” NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine tweeted Saturday . SpaceX likely will need to go through a series of re-certifications before a crew is put on board, Cowing said. “We’re

NASA Pledges To Send First Woman to the Moon in 2024
(Apr 2019) “The first woman will be an American on the surface of the moon in five years,” NASA Administrator . timeline to go back to the lunar surface, from 2028 to 2024. “NASA is up to achieving it,”

NASA moves ahead with cargo Dragon launch after Crew Dragon anomaly
on 22nd of Apr 2019 Credit: NASA WASHINGTON — NASA is moving ahead with plans to launch a cargo version . on social media shortly after the accident by NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine. SpaceX also has not

Battered SpaceX Falcon Heavy booster knocked over at sea returns to Port Canaveral
(Apr 2019) Orlando Sentinel Media Group announced . in Florida. NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine revealed the agency’s fiscal year 2020 budget proposal at an event at Kennedy Space Center Monday. It will

NASA admin, former astronauts return to Rice for space symposium
(Apr 2019) Jim Bridenstine, NASA administrator . the new plan to reach the moon four years sooner is largely because past projects have lost government funding because they took too long. “The vice president,

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