#AskNASA┃ Why Are We Going to the Moon?
NASA Chief Scientist Jim Green answers the question “Why are we going to the Moon?” Comment on this video using #AskNASA with your questions for upcoming episodes!
He addresses key questions about our plans to explore the Moon and Mars, including where we will most likely find water on the Moon. Jim shares his extensive background in Planetary Science to explain the significance of returning with international and commercial partners. Jim also highlights how we are currently exploring Mars with the Curiosity rover.
#AskNASA┃ How Are We Going to the Moon?
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I study a lot with this video
My dream is to work at NASA
NASA …dear friend shall webe able to live in another suitable planet … full of human habitable conditions ??
NASA LIES …
i want to know if we have a understanding of what will happen to the moon during the red giant phase of the sun
I was wondering if artifical gravity solutions have been considered for extended space missions? Possibly two modules tethered and rotated? And if they have been considered, under what circumstances would they seem most appropriate?
why this guy sounds like he's telling a fairy-tale? He`s lying isn't he .. Bad acting Nasa.
so is it possible to instead of an lander to the moon a elevator to the surface of the moon?
Live on an alien planet with no water and super caustic dust that scratches all equipment, with -50 kelvin and unbreathable air!!! Woot the lessons from this are going to be huge! Don't bother until you have clean water in your own nation!!!
Who else is moving to mars when your older ?? I am hope to see one of you 😀