After Decades Of Flat Budgets, NASA Shoots For The Moon

Credit: Lockheed Martin
The Trump administration’s call for boots on the Moon by 2024—four years earlier than NASA’s already stressed, current schedule—prompted a joke at this year’s Space Symposium: A small lander, chartered under the agency’s ongoing Commercial Lunar Payload Services program, touches down on the lunar...
Irene Klotz

Irene Klotz is Senior Space Editor for Aviation Week, based in Cape Canaveral. Before joining Aviation Week in 2017, Irene spent 25 years as a wire service reporter covering human and robotic spaceflight, commercial space, astronomy, science and technology for Reuters and United Press International.

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