United States is preparing to send the first woman to the moon over the next five years, as part of missions announced at the fifth meeting of the National Space Council in Huntsville.
Mike Pence, Vice President of the United States of America
coinshark reported that Vice President of the United States of America, Mike Pence, said during his speech that the preparations for this task is underway, and expected that in the coming years will land American astronauts again on the moon, pointing out that this time among the astronauts a woman as part of this team.
It is noteworthy that the first time the human took place on the moon was on July 20, 1969, then made another five successful landing of astronauts on the surface of a moon until 1972, and NASA completed the Apollo program, and to this day did not go astronauts to the moon.
Vice-President of the United States of America
“The stated policy of the administration and the United States is to bring astronauts back to the moon in the next five years,” said Mike Pence.
“It is the stated policy of this Administration and the United States of America to return astronauts to the Moon within the next five years,” says @VP Pence during National Space Council meeting. Watch: https://t.co/ZuxLDtzW9c pic.twitter.com/EH09VVnwz2
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