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NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine James (Jim) Frederick Bridenstine How NASA will get back to the moon: Make it cheaper and unite space sector NASA chief: Elon Musk smoking weed during podcast recording 'was not helpful' Moon exploration could pose diplomacy dilemma, says NASA chief MORE says the U.S. is within 10 years of having a continuous manned presence on the moon, which will lay the groundwork for expanding space exploration to Mars. “Right now we’re building a space station, we call it ‘Gateway,’ that’s going to be in orbit around the moon — think of it as a reusable command module where we can have human presence in orbit around the moon. From there we want reusable ... Full story

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