NASA responds to Navajo Nation’s request to delay private mission putting human remains on the moon

United Launch Alliance (ULA) and Pittsburgh-based Astrobotic are about to make historical past. 

On Jan. 8, a ULA rocket will ship Astrobiotic’s Peregrine lander towards the moon. If it lands efficiently, Peregrine will grow to be the primary non-public lander ever to achieve the lunar floor. The mission can even mark the debut of ULA’s new Vulcan Centaur rocket.


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