When the moon hosted life for the first time in July 1969, it was an achievement for the human race. Nobody expected that something like that is possible. But, the Apollo 11 carrying Neil Alden Armstrong and Lunar Module pilot, Buzz Aldrin landed on the moon for the first time, and the world was surprised. After that event, many crews orbited and walked on the moon in the next three-four years. But then, it stopped.
Now, NASA with the help of private-industry and international partners are going to return to the moon with a bigger mission. The federal agency has set a deadline for themselves and has put the manned lunar exploration back on their agenda's list. Keep reading to know more.
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