I am beyond stoked to share this information. According to NASA’s Artemis Plan, NASA will land two humans, one man and one woman on the Moon by 2024. Their mission is to continue exploring the lunar surface, establish sustainable exploration by the end of the decade, and use whatever information they gather for a future trip to Mars.
Can you imagine if their primary objective is to have children on the Moon? What if they’re sending a man and a woman there to start a whole new race? I digress, but shit man, who knows.
Any who, on July 20th of this year it will be exactly 52 years since the United States’ Apollo 11 landed on the Moon. The significance of this event back in 1969 was that Apollo 11 was the first crewed mission. That’s right! The United States is the only country to successfully put humans on the Moon. Between 1969 and 1972 there were six crewed missions to the Moon.
It will amazing to say there was a Moon landing during our lifetime, and for those who were around for the first, you’ll be doubly excited. I’m going to read through The Artemis Plan in its entirety, and I’ll get back to you with all the juicy details.