NASA could use a SpaceX Falcon Heavy rocket to send astronauts back to the Moon

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NASA is looking at a variety of options including use of SpaceX's Falcon Heavy rocket and ULA's Delta IV Heavy rocket for Moon mission. Image via Pixabay
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NASA is looking at a variety of options including use of SpaceX's Falcon Heavy rocket and ULA's Delta IV Heavy rocket for Moon mission. Image via Pixabay

NASA's Jim Bridenstine says the agency is considering SpaceX's Falcon Heavy rocket and ULA's Delta IV Heavy rocket for the Agency's Moon mission

NASA may use a SpaceX Falcon Heavy rocket to send astronauts back to the Moon, NASA administrator Jim Bridenstine said on Monday while addressing a staff meeting at the Agency's headquarters. Bridenstine,...

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