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NASA Says It Needs Another $20 Billion To Return To The Moon By 2024

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NASA Says It Needs Another $20 Billion To Return To The Moon By 2024

NASA Says It Needs Another $20 Billion To Return To The Moon By 2024

According to a report by Gizmodo, NASA administrator Jim Bridenstine said that the space agency needs somewhere between 20 and 30 billion-dollars, in addition to the space agency's current budget, to land humans on the moon by 2024.

In an interview with CNN, Bridenstine said, "Think of it as a short term investment to have a sustainable program at the moon where we’re ultimately keeping our eyes on Mars.

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