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Artemis moon program will boost science and private spaceflight, NASA says

Sending astronauts back to the moon will have considerable benefits both scientifically and economically, NASA officials stressed.

That message came through during a discussion of NASA’s Artemis program of lunar exploration that was held April 5 at the 37th annual National Space Symposium in Colorado. The discussion, called “Artemis and the Industry: Building the Space Economy,” included panelists Kenneth Bowersox, NASA deputy associate administrator for space operations; James Free, NASA associate administrator for exploration systems development; James Reuter, NASA associate administrator for the Space Technology Mission Directorate; and Thomas Zurbuchen, NASA associate administrator for the Science Mission Directorate.

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