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The Marshall Space Flight Center in Alabama will become the headquarters of NASA’s next program, which aims to build a Ruda-orbiter vehicle back to the moon by 2024, NASA Director Jim Bridenstine said. 

According to Sky News Arabia, Bridenstine made the announcement at the facility with deputies from the state of Alabama. Their mandate is the headquarters of the program.

“The landing system will be here at the Marshall Space Flight Center in Huntsville, Alabama,” Bridenstine said, referring to the history of the center in the construction of the Apollo spacecraft 50 years ago.

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