The NASA Administrator will discuss updating the human crash for the Artemis program
From: NASA Headquarters
Posted: Tuesday, August 13, 2019
NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine, joined by U.S. Representatives Mo Brooks, Robert Aderholt, Scott DesJarlais, and Brian Babin, will discuss updates on the agency's plan to land the moon by 2024, through Artemis at 3:10 p.m. . EDT Friday, August 16th. The remarks will be broadcast live on NASA Television and on the agency's website.
From the Marshall Space Flight Agency in Huntsville, Alabama, Bridenstine will discuss the center's role in launching astronauts to the moon and landing safely on the moon's surface. Brooks, Aderholt, DesJarlais and Babin will also submit comments, then join the administrator to ask questions from the media.
In addition to making this announcement, Bridenstine will see progress on SLS and other efforts critical to landing the first woman and the next man on the moon in five years.
US media wishing to attend the event should contact Tracy McMahan at 256-682-5326 or email@example.com no later than 5pm. CDT Thursday, Aug. 15, and plan to arrive at the Gate 9 Visitor Center on Rideout Road for the event by 1 p.m. CDT Friday, August 16th, photo identification is required, and all attendees of the media must wear long pants and flat shoes with their feet closed.
For more information on NASA's Marshall Space Flight Center, visit:
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