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Trump pushed for a moon landing in 2024. It’s not going to happen. – Washington Post

Biden will likely keep NASA’s Artemis program, but on a different timeline.

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Now, as the Trump administration departs in defeat, it is clear that the 2024 deadline will not be met, and was likely never an achievable goal, despite having the backing of the White House and a massive lobbying effort by NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine.
To meet the White Houses mandate, which moved up the moon landing from 2028, Bridenstine had said that the agency would need $3.3 billion in next years budget to build the first spacecraft capable of landing astronauts on the moon since the…

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