News Archive / Tagged: Moon by 2024
Huh? Trump says NASA should stop talking about the MoonDerek RichardsonJune 7th, 2019
For 18 months, NASA has been focused on returning humans to the Moon under Space Policy Directive 1—signed by President Trump. Is he changing course?
Companies selected to study lunar landers for Artemis programDerek RichardsonMay 17th, 2019
In order to land astronauts on the Moon by 2024 under the Artemis program, NASA needs to get a jump start on the development of crew-rated lunar landers.
NASA budget request amended, Moon program named ArtemisDerek RichardsonMay 14th, 2019
In a late-afternoon tweet, President Donald Trump announced NASA’s amended budget request for its Moon program would include an additional $1.6 billion.
Lockheed Martin unveils Orion-based Moon lander conceptHeather SmithApril 11th, 2019
Lockheed Martin unveiled designs for a lunar lander that could be built quickly to meet the vice president's challenge to return humans to the Moon by 2024.
NASA chief outlines 2-phase plan for Moon explorationDerek RichardsonApril 10th, 2019
During the 35th Space Symposium in Colorado Springs, Colorado, NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine outlined more of NASA’s Moon by 2024 plan.
NASA head answers agency questions about ‘Moon by 2024’ goalDerek RichardsonApril 2nd, 2019
NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine told the agency what it'll take to accomplish the Trump administration's goal of returning humans to the Moon by 2024.