Artemis-3 lunar landing is extended, now NASA will send humans to the moon’s surface by 2025


World Desk, Amar Ujala, Washington

Published by: Pranjul Srivastava
Updated Wed, Nov 10, 2021 8:16 AM IST

Summary

Previously, this mission was to be completed in 2024. Under this, Artemis-3 will bring humans to the surface of the moon and stay there for a few days. This was an ambitious project of the former president of the United States, Donald Trump.

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NASA has expanded its mission to bring humans back to the surface of the Moon for another year. Previously, a goal was set to send astronauts to the moon by 2024. It was an ambitious project of former US President Donald Trump, but on Tuesday, giving information, the head of NASA said that he is now preparing to send astronauts to the surface of the moon by 2025.

Landing vehicle construction delay
There is a delay in the construction of the landing vehicle under this mission called Artemis. NASA’s Bill Nelson said the contract with SpaceX to build the Artemis spacecraft has been delayed for legal reasons, so the mission has been extended by a year.

Artemis-3 will land on the surface of the moon
The NASA chief said construction of Artemis-3 is being delayed due to a legal dispute with SpaceX. More than seven months have passed since the litigation. Therefore, this mission is not likely to begin before 2025. Artemis-3 will not only land on the lunar surface as Apollo-11, but will also remain there for a few days.

Expansion

NASA has expanded its mission to bring humans back to the surface of the Moon for another year. Previously, a goal was set to send astronauts to the moon by 2024. It was an ambitious project of former US President Donald Trump, but on Tuesday, giving information, the head of NASA said that he is now preparing to send astronauts to the surface of the moon by 2025.

Landing vehicle construction delay

There is a delay in the construction of the landing vehicle under this mission called Artemis. NASA’s Bill Nelson said the contract with SpaceX to build the Artemis spacecraft has been delayed for legal reasons, so the mission has been extended by a year.

Artemis-3 will land on the surface of the moon

The NASA chief said construction of Artemis-3 is being delayed due to a legal dispute with SpaceX. More than seven months have passed since the litigation. Therefore, this mission is not likely to begin before 2025. Artemis-3 will not only land on the lunar surface as Apollo-11, but will also remain there for a few days.


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