With the Artemis missions, NASA is sending astronauts back to the Moon, where they will learn to work and live on another world, leading to the first human steps on Mars. Artemis astronauts living and working on the Moon will make breakthrough discoveries revealing the formation of the Earth-Moon system and early history of our solar system. Join Jacob Bleacher, NASA’s chief exploration scientist, to hear how NASA is preparing for the next decades of epic lunar science and exploration. The infrastructure it develops will provide the tools, habitation, mobility, and power for crew and robots, providing more access and longer stays at the Moon. Whenever possible, those elements will be designed to work at Mars for future human missions to the Red Planet as NASA designs the blueprint for exploring the solar system.
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