Humans to Mars Summit

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The Humans to Mars Summit is the world’s largest annual conference that is focused on the goal of landing humans on Mars. The 2019 Summit will feature a diverse lineup of topics, technologies, breakout sessions, and audience participation that w…

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Yutu- 2 Jan . 11, 2019 CLEP
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The Chang’e-4 lander imaged by the Yutu-2 rover on the lunar far side. Credit: CLEP/CNSA
The Yutu-2 rover after deployment on the surface of the lunar farside. Credit: CLEP/CNSA
Astrobotic Technology Peregrine 1 lander concept. Credit: Astrobotic Technology
A year after President Donald Trump formally directed NASA to return humans to the moon in Space Policy Directive (SPD) 1, the agency has developed the outlines of a plan to carry that out, while emphasizing the language in the policy to do so in a “sustainable” manner and with international and commercial partners. Credit: NASA illustration
Beijing Aerospace Command and Control Center (BACC) on Dec. 12, 2018. Credit: CLEP
Launch of the Long March 3B rocket carrying Chang'e-4 at 18:23 UTC Dec. 7. Credit: CASC
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A bold, national undertaking such as a manned Mars mission might be just the shot in the arm the U.S. economy needs.
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ESA Director General Jan Woerner (center) and Nicolas Chamussy, executive vice president of space systems at Airbus Defence and Space (second from right) get some help from organizers of The Moon Race holding up the inflatable moon that made the rounds at the 2018  International Astronautical Congress in Bremen, Germany, Oct. 1-5. Credit: ESA photo by Philippe Sebirot

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