NASA expects humans to live on Moon this decade

It is still uncertain whether people will be able to live on the moon this decade, despite NASA’s aspirations to return humans there in the upcoming years through its Artemis program. By 2024, the first woman and the second man will travel to the moon as part of the Artemis program, which seeks to have a permanent human presence on the moon by the end of the decade.

The Lunar Gateway is a tiny space station that will orbit the moon and act as a staging area for manned missions to the lunar surface. It is being built as part of the Artemis program. The Lunar Gateway will serve as a platform for international cooperation while also being utilized to test new technologies and carry out scientific research.

On the south pole of the moon, NASA has also suggested building a lunar colony that would serve as humans’ permanent home on the moon. The outpost would be built to accommodate extended stays by humans and eventually function as a launch site for trips to Mars and other planets.

Even while these ideas are ambitious, they still need to be met with considerable technological and financial obstacles before humans may live on the moon this decade. In order to make the Artemis program a reality, NASA is now striving to create new technologies and alliances with private space enterprises.

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