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NASA’s Partnerships with International Space Agencies for the Artemis Campaign

NASA’s plan to land humans on the Moon by the end of 2025 and send a crewed mission to Mars in the 2030s rests in part on significant participation and partnerships with international space agencies and their long-term commitments to the Artemis campaign.

In this audit, the Inspector General examined NASA’s efforts to partner with other space agencies on Artemis missions. These partnerships with international space agencies are critical to meet the ambitious goals of the Artemis program and are a major part of ensuring its success Without these partnerships, it would be impossible for NASA to make progress on the Artemis program and move closer to achieving their goals.

 

 

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NASA’s Partnerships with International Space Agencies for the Artemis Campaign
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Publisher:National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA)
Published:January 17, 2023
License:Public Domain

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