$1.6 Billion Needed to Return to the Moon

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Published on May 14, 2019 - Duration: 01:28s

$1.6 Billion Needed to Return to the Moon

NASA Langley Research Center Director David Bowles and NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine discuss a budget amendment that asks an additional $1.6 billion to get Americans back to the Moon during a virtual town hall Tuesday afternoon May 14, 2019.ย 

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