Wednesday, August 17, 2022

After Apollo 11: Will NASA succeed in bringing humans back to the moon?


Zubair Yaqoob
The author has diversified experience in investigative journalism. He is Chief content editor at

After half a century of Apollo 11 landing on the moon, NASA is looking to bring humans back to the moon, but this time the agency is more ambitious. It plans to send the first mission by 2024, only five years from now, to develop it this time, so many people wonder whether we can achieve this very ambitious return to the moon?

NASA launched its mission to return to the moon name Artemis, which require a giant rocket in addition to landing to move people to the moon, such as Apollo 11.

Perhaps the greatest characteristic of Artemis comparing Apollo 11 is that this time the focus is on continuity instead of just sending people to roam around the moon for a few hours, where NASA wants to build a kind of continuous stations near the moon’s surface in the future.

That’s why you will join Artemis, a separate place called it The Gateway, A space station dedicated to staying in orbit around the moon. Instead of people traveling directly to the moon’s surface, they will first arrive at this station and then land on the moon.

Read also: NASA selects 3 US companies to send equipment to the moon by 2020

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