NASA has soon decided to land a black man on the moon for the first time under an international spaceflight program called Artemis.
On Friday, the administration presented the priorities of US President Joe Biden to Congress for 2022 discretionary spending. Meanwhile, NASA Administrator Steve Jursky said, “This goal underscores President Biden’s commitment to advance the idea of equity for all.” The first cadre of astronauts was announced for the Artemis program in December, with the first two crew members for Artemis III to be announced in 2024.
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NASA Executive Administrator Steve Jarkzyk reported that the administration has proposed a $ 24.7 billion funding to Congress that shows its commitment to NASA. It has been said in the statement that it will help for the mission to send the first woman and the first black person to the moon.