Artemis program

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Artemis program
An artist's picture of a spacecraft approaching a space station in orbit around the Moon, with the Earth visible in the distant background.
An artist's picture of Orion spacecraft arriving the Lunar Orbital Platform-Gateway (right) in lunar orbit.
Named afterApollo's twin sister Artemis
FounderNASA
Legal statusOngoing
PurposeCrewed lunar exploration
Budget
$50 billion (2024; estimate)

The Artemis program is a human spaceflight program planned by the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA), American private spaceflight companies and international partners.[1] The goal of the program is to land the first woman and the next man on the Moon by 2024.

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  1. "Moon to Mars | NASA". Retrieved 2019-05-23.

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