NASA’s $93B Artemis Moon Project Price Tag Is ‘Unsustainable’

  • While average Americans are excited the United States is planning to send people back to the moon through NASA’s Artemis project, the space agency’s inspector general said the cost is “unsustainable,” Fox News reported.
  • NASA Inspector General Paul K. Martin predicted that the first four missions will cost $4.1 billion each and told Congress that price “strikes us as unsustainable.”
  • He projected that by 2025, NASA will have spent $93 billion on the Artemis lunar program. The price tag is far more than the space agency’s lunar program was projected to cost a decade ago, CNBC reported.
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