An update on NASA’s plans to go back to the moon | 60 Minutes

An update on nasa's plans to go back to the moon | 60 minutes

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After months of delays, this past Wednesday, Artemis 1, NASA’s new moon rocket, carrying an unmanned Orion crew capsule, rose into Florida’s night sky. 60 Minutes reported on Artemis, a project led mostly by women, last year.

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