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How SpaceX is Preparing to Land Artemis 3 Moonwalkers on the Lunar South Pole in September 2026

NASA is planning its Artemis 3 moon-landing mission to be historic and iconic. That is why the space agency contracted SpaceX in 2021 to develop its crewed lander for Artemis 3 moonwalkers. NASA revealed that the vehicle should be able to carry two astronauts to the lunar surface and also safely return them to lunar […]

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ULA’s Vulcan Rocket launches Private US Moon Landing Mission, 1st since the Last Apollo Mission in 1972

After the last Apollo 17 lunar lander left the surface of the moon in 1972, no other US moon landing mission has made it to the lunar surface. However, Americans commenced their return to the lunar surface today. United Launch Alliance’s (ULA) Vulcan Centaur just launched on its first-ever flight named Cert-1, early this morning

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NASA Awards SpaceX Second Contract Option for Artemis Moon Landing Mission in 2027

If NASA must return the glory of humanity to the lunar surface, the American space agency needs a sophisticated space vehicle to attain such a milestone. With the success attained by SpaceX, NASA is confident in entrusting the commercial aerospace company with the second contract option for the Artemis moon landing mission in 2027.  In

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How President John F. Kennedy 1962’s inspirational words Took humanity to the moon

On September 12, 1962, President John F. Kennedy stood before a crowd of 35,000 people at Rice University and announced his intentions of sending humans to the moon with these words of inspiration. “We choose to go to the moon in this decade and do the other things, not because they are easy, but because

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