Watch This Space: The Latest from the Moon to Mars

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On the latest Watch This Space, NASA administrator Jim Bridenstine looks back at 15 years of discoveries by our Opportunity rover on Mars, and forward to new commercial partnerships for missions to the Moon. Learn how we’ll work with American companies to design and develop human lunar landers and reusable systems so we can return to the Moon — to stay.

This video is available for download from NASA’s Image and Video Library: https://images.nasa.gov/details-NHQ_2019_0221_Watch%20This%20Space%20with%20NASA%20Administrator%20Jim%20Bridenstine%20with%20the%20latest%20from%20the%20Moon%20and%20Mars.html

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10 Comments

  1. I know you don't yet to fond anythings in space for this option will be thrue ,you need to change a système of transmission first and building a viseau in space and mission will be possible just to introduise a robots.

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