The National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) announced the day of the event, where statements will be made about the Artemis mission and new technologies will be announced. According to the statement, the event will be broadcast live on October 14 at 18:45.
Of the united states National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA)made an important statement in May of last year and announced that a manned mission would be made to our satellite Moon in 2024. The space agency stated that a female astronaut would also take part in the manned Moon mission, which will be held for the first time in a long time.
In a new announcement shared by NASA today, the date for an important announcement about the mission was shared. NASA, NASA President Jim Bridenstine October 14 at 18:45 He announced that he will talk about the Artemis program and announce the space agency’s final selection of Tipping Point.
New space technologies will be announced:
NASA will work in future NASA missions with its Tipping Point prompt commercial space technologies was looking for partners. If it is thought that an investment will mature a technology, that technology ‘tipping point‘would be evaluated as. According to the announcement made today, NASA will announce its technology choices, which it considers as flood points on October 14.
However, NASA President, selected technologies will make sustainable moon exploration potential effects will explain. Following the statements of the NASA President, NASA’s Space Technology Task Manager Jim Reuter, the space agency’s Lunar Surface Innovation Initiative Will share developments about.
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The Lunar Surface Innovation Initiative, run by the John Hopkins Applied Physics Laboratory in partnership with NASA, under the space agency Artemis moon science activities completing. The initiative brings together experts from academia, industry, nonprofits and government to develop the technologies and systems needed to explore the surface of the Moon in new ways.