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NASA. Bridenstine: "We will return to the Moon by 2028"
First step towards the exploration of Mars
Supported by President Donald Trump, the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) is accelerating plans to bring back an astronaut to the Moon, where man has been missing since December 1972 when the Apollo 17 mission began the process of returning to Earth. Before sending the man back to the natural satellite the NASA -as said by the Director Jim Bridenstine at "CNBC"- will send the first...
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