Meet NASA's Artemis Program: to the Moon and beyond

The desire of humans to continue space exploration is irresistible. The first leg of a long trip has begun with NASA's decision to return to the moon. Artemis 1 can help with it.

A huge step for humanityIn 1969, an expedition headed by Neil Armstrong and Edwin "Buzz" Aldrin brought humanity to the moon.

The Apollo Program's six flights succeeded in sending 12 astronauts to the moon, the last of whom was Eugene Cernan in December 1972.

Moon base as the ultimate aimAfter many years have passed since the final Apollo mission, it is now time for the Artemis program to expand into space. 

The ultimate objective is considerably more challenging: build a permanent moon base on its surface and orbit.

lunar settlementsThe Artemis project aims to populate the moon with key facilities manned remotely from Earth using lunar rovers and satellites.

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