How new commercial lander launches will peer into the universe's dark ages
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NASA is planning to put science experiments on the moon in 2024. It will be the first time since 1972 that NASA conducts such experiments on the moon, opening up new possibilities in scientific research.
For the first time since 1972, NASA is putting science experiments on the moon in 2024.
The experiments will be conducted under NASA's commercial lunar payload services program (CLPS), which involves using commercial companies to design, build, and insure the landers for the moon experiments.
NASA's commercial lunar payload services program (CLPS) will use commercial companies to design, build, and insure the landers for the moon experiments.
The first two CLPS payloads are scheduled to launch in early 2024. The Astrobotics payload launched in January and the Intuitive Machines payload is scheduled for mid-February.
The first two CLPS payloads are scheduled to launch during the first two months of 2024.
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