The Artemis moon program will strengthen science and private aviation, according to NASA

Returning astronauts to the moon would have significant benefits in science and economics, NASA officials said.

That message came during a NASA conference The Artemis project the search for the moon was held April 5 at the 37th annual National Space Symposium in Colorado. The discussion, titled “Artemis and the Industry: Building the Space Economy,” included panelists Kenneth Bowersox, NASA’s deputy director for space operations; James Free, NASA director of research systems; James Reuter, NASA director for Space Technology Mission Director; and Thomas Zurbuchen, NASA’s managing director for the Scientific Director.

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