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Ohio's Role In Traveling To The Moon

The deployment of the early Apollo scientific experiments package is photographed by astronaut Neil A. Armstrong during the Apollo 11 EVA.
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The deployment of the early Apollo scientific experiments package is photographed by astronaut Neil A. Armstrong during the Apollo 11 EVA.

Vice President Mike Pence addressed the National Space Council this month about the Trump Administration’s plans to change course with the space program and return Americans to the moon.

Pence said NASA’s Artemis program, which aims to send astronauts to the moon by 2024, is on track. The NASA Glenn Research Center in Cleveland will help make the mission a reality.

Today on All Sides, the Artemis program and Ohio's role in getting back to the moon.

Guests

  • Trudy Kortes, Chief of Human Exploration and Space Operation Branch, NASA Glenn Research Center Cleveland Branch
  • David Aguilar, Former Director of Science Information for the Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics

  

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