NASA has recently released the lunar landing sites for humans 

NASA has recently released the lunar landing sites for humans – NASA wants to collect an abundance of ice from the moon. The space agency, which wants to send men to the moon’s surface by the end of 2025, has identified 13 landing sites at the moon’s South Pole where planetary scientists think there may be water, ice, and other resources hidden under dark, shadowed craters.

The majority of the locations shown on the map below are located on the rims of craters or the hills above them. These locations consist of unknown alien terrain.

Sarah Noble, the lunar science lead for NASA’s Planetary Science Division, said during an August 19 news conference, “This is a new portion of the moon.” This is a location we have never investigated.

A key objective of Artemis, NASA’s initiative to return to the moon, is to create a permanent presence on Earth’s natural satellite, which might eventually lead to a trip to Mars.

The light at the South Pole of the moon is unsettling. The sun barely rises over the lunar slopes at this location. It is a world often characterized by very lengthy, shifting shadows and gloomy surroundings. However, each of the landing zones, which comprise around ten landing sites, will have access to uninterrupted sunshine for the duration of the astronauts’ six-and-a-half-day exploration of the moon’s surface. “Access to sunlight is essential for a long-term stay on the Moon because it offers a source of energy and reduces temperature fluctuations,” NASA said.

NASA has recently released the lunar landing sites for humans
NASA has recently released the lunar landing sites for humans

 

In late 2025, NASA astronauts, including the first woman to walk on the moon, will spend almost a week in the South Pole collecting materials to send back to Earth and studying how human bodies adjust to the moon’s reduced gravity (on the moon’s surface, gravity is only one-sixth that of Earth).

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Planners for the Artemis project want to determine the landing location 18 months before to launch, or in early 2024. (NASA’s first unmanned Artemis mission, a trip around the moon, will launch on August 29.) The space agency provided these websites so that the scientific community may evaluate their value. Landing men on the moon safely is difficult and very costly; NASA wants to make the best, most informed choice possible.

In addition, while on the moon, they want to locate old, frozen water.

“Water is essential for further human exploration since it might be used for drinking, cooling equipment, breathing, and producing rocket fuel for voyages deeper into the solar system,” the space agency said.

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