It’s true: NASA Is Planning To Send Astronauts To The Moon. Again!
NASA is the first space agency to put a man on the moon but Man hasn’t left the low-earth orbit since the Apollo 17 Mission in 1972.
Since then NASA has been dependent on the Russians to take them to the ISS (International Space Station).
NASA has a whopping annual budget of $20 Billion but NASA hasn’t launched any astronauts since the Apollo space shuttle retired.
But now they’re back. NASA is working on the next generation rockets and this rocket is scheduled to fly the second time in October 2018.
NASA has also revealed the mission of Orion Capsule. The mission is meant to put the Orion Capsule in the space for 21 Days, including 6 Days in orbit around the moon.
And now NASA is considering adding a crew to the mission which means Men will reach the moon once again.