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NASA Expects Future Moon Landing To Cost Between $20 Billion To $30 Billion

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NASA Expects Future Moon Landing To Cost Between $20 Billion To $30 Billion

NASA Expects Future Moon Landing To Cost Between $20 Billion To $30 Billion

NASA wants to return American astronauts to the moon by 2024 and now they’re looking at how much it would cost.

According to CNN, they will need an estimated $20 billion to $30 billion over the next five years.

NASA administrator Jim Bridenstine said that means they would need to add $4 billion to $6 billion per year.

The space agency hopes to send two astronauts this time, a man and the first-ever woman to walk on the moon.

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