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Why Did NASA Stop Going To The Moon? | Unveiled

  • Why Did NASA Stop Going To The Moon? | Unveiled


    In July 1969, Neil Armstrong famously took “one small step for man, and one giant leap for mankind”, for the first ever Moon Landing. Apollo 11 gave us our first steps on the lunar surface, but just three years later, in 1972… we’d made our last. In this video, Unveiled uncovers why NASA stopped going to the moon, and whether there are any plans to one day return to our closest celestial neighbor...

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  • Why Did NASA Cancel the Apollo Program? | Apollo


    NASA had grand plans for the Moon during the Apollo program, but those dreams were cut short a few years after the first landing. Apollo 17 would mark the last time humans ventured to the Moon.

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  • Why the Moon?


    The Artemis missions will build a community on the Moon, driving a new lunar economy and inspiring a new generation. Narrator Drew Barrymore and NASA team members explain why returning to the Moon is the natural next step in human exploration, and how the lessons learned from Artemis will pave the way to Mars and beyond. As NASA prepares to launch the Orion spacecraft and Space Launch System rocket on the uncrewed Artemis I mission around the Moon, we’ve already begun to take the next step.

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  • Why is NASA Going Back to the Moon? | Unveiled


    When Neil Armstrong took his first steps on the lunar surface in July 1969, it could’ve been a breakthrough moment leading to decades of human exploration... Instead, humanity quickly lost interest in the moon, and nobody has returned for generations! But that could all be about to change thanks to NASA's Artemis Program!

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  • अब कोई देश चाँद पर क्यों नहीं जाता ? Why did NASA Stopped going to The Moon ?


    अब कोई देश चाँद पर क्यों नहीं जाता ? Why did NASA Stopped going to The Moon ?

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    Hello doston aaj ke is video me main ham baat karne waale hai ek aise sawal pe jo aap sabhi ke man me aksar aataa hai ki ab koi desh chand par Humans ko kyun nhi bhejtaa ji haan aapne ye to suna hoga ki Nasa ne apne apollo space missions ke souran 6 baar insaano ko Moon par bhejaa hai aur ab tak total 12 American astronauts chand pe gaye hai lekin saal 1972 ke baad aaj tak Nasa aur baki kisi bnhi desh ke sapce organisation ne chand pe Insano ko nhi bhejaa lekin kyun? aakhir Nasa ko chand pe aisaa kyaa dikh gyaa thaa jo wo dobara chand par nhi gyaa aur kyaa ham future me Human Moon missions karenge janne ke liye Video ko ekdum end tak jarur dekhna

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  • Moon पर 12 Humans पहुंचाने वाले NASA के Apollo Missions 1972 में क्यों बंद हो गए ? | ISRO | Vikram


    Cold war between USA and USSR lead to space race. This space race lead to Apollo Moon Missions. Apollo 11 was the first successful mission to land a human on moon. Apollo 17 was the last one. Know about Apollo Missions and why they stopped?

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  • तो इसी कारण नासा दोबारा चाँद पर नहीं गया | Why NASA never Returned To The Moon | Aliens found | 2020


    तो इसी कारण नासा दोबारा चाँद पर नहीं गया | Why NASA never Returned To The Moon | Aliens found | 2020

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    20 july 1969 ye vo etihaasik din tha jab insaano ka phela kadam chaand per pada tha, americi Astronot Neil Armstrong ne nasa ke banae Apollo 11 mission ke zaria chaandper phele kadam rakhne vale insaan bane, apollo 11 ke success ke baad nasa ne chaand per insaano ko firse bhejne ke lea kai or missions kre the. ve the apollo-12,14,15,
    16,17. nasa ke ye sare missions safal rahe the or 14 decmbe 1972 ko apollo 17 nasa ka kia gya aakhri maned mission tha, Eugene Andre Cernan chaand per kadam rakhne vale
    aakhiri insaan the.

    use baad dunia ki kisi bhi space agency ne chaand per insaano ko chaand per nhi bheja , matlab nasa ne 1969 se 1972 yani 3 saal me 12 astronauts ko chand per bheja tha
    lekin uske baad aaj tk koi bhi astronaut chaand per nhi gya, lekin esa kyu, kya chaand per esa kuch nhi bacha tha jiski khoj me astronaut ko vaha bheja jae ya, nasa ne
    apollo missions me kuch esa dekha jo aaj tk dunia se chupaya gya hai. ese konsi vajai hai jiske karan insaan dobara chaand per nhi gya, well inhi sawalo ke jawan jaanenge
    aajki video me

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  • Real Reason NASA Hasnt Sent Humans To Mars


    We could have been on Mars 30 years ago. At the peak of the Apollo era in the early '70s, NASA was already planning its next step into the unknown.

    Its plans included building multiple space stations, continued trips to the Moon, and the first crewed mission to Mars by the 1980s. Can you imagine watching astronauts walk on Mars the same time the walkmen came out?

    But NASA never sent humans to Mars in the '80s. And here we are 30 years later, still dreaming of the possibility. But the reason isn't necessarily a matter of technology or innovation. It actually comes down to politics.

    As a government agency, NASA's goals are determined by the Executive Branch. Since its inception, NASA has served under 12 presidents. And it was clear near the start that not every president would support NASA equally.

    By the end of Nixon's administration in 1974, NASA's budget had plummeted from 4% of the federal budget to less than 1%. Fully-funded Apollo missions 18 and 19 were abandoned along with Apollo 20.

    At the same time, Nixon pulled NASA's focus away from the Moon and Mars and instead toward low-Earth orbit. His parting gift was to sign into effect what would eventually become NASA's Space Shuttle program.

    Peter Diamandis: So what's happened throughout all of space history after the Apollo program was over was to start, stop, start, stop, cancel. President comes in like Bush comes in to go to the Moon, back to Mars and next president comes in and cancels that. The agency is unable to sustain consistent funding to do anything.

    It wasn't until the Space Shuttle Program was nearing retirement that a crewed mission to Mars was finally considered and funded by a US president.

    George W. Bush, in 2004, announced:

    We will give NASA new focus and vision for future exploration. We will build new ships to carry man forward into the universe to gain a new foothold on the Moon.

    As a result, NASA's Constellation Program was born. Never heard of it? That's because it was canceled a few years later. It aimed to send a crewed mission to the Moon in 2020 and land the first humans on Mars by the 2030s.

    By the time Obama was sworn in, the Constellation Program was behind schedule and over budget. One year later, Obama canceled 100% of the program's funding.

    All that has to change. And with the strategy, I'm outlining today it will. -Barack Obama in 2010.

    Obama shifted NASA's focus from sending people to the Moon and Mars to, ultimately, just Mars. In the process, he asked Congress to increase NASA's budget by $6 billion over the next 5 years.

    As a result, NASA launched its Journey to Mars initiative in 2010, with the goal to send humans into orbit around Mars by the early 2030s. And, until recently, NASA was on track, more or less. Then, this happened.

    “President Trump has launched the National Space Council and at the council’s inaugural meeting in October, we unanimously approved a recommendation to instruct NASA to return American astronauts to the moon and from there to lay a foundation for a mission to Mars.” -Mike Pence in 2017

    Oddly enough, the space policy under Trump and Obama look nearly identical, save for 63 words. In those 63 words, Trump's administration has shifted the focus once again to a Moon-first, Mars-later initiative. 

    NASA isn't new to this. It's learned to recycle old projects to fit new missions. For instance, the Orion capsule was first developed for Constellation and has since been redesigned for the Journey to Mars.

    But even that can't prevent the inevitable changes NASA programs now face under the new president.

    We're also going to realign the organizational structure to best meet this new exploration focus. I've asked Stephen Jurczyk the current head of space exploration to lead and effort to design a new organizational approach. -Robert M. Lightfoot, Jr. in 2018

    As NASA pushes on, a new possibility has grown on the horizon. Privately-owned space companies like SpaceX also has its sights set on the red planet.

    Diamandis: The scientists and engineers at NASA are amazing and they've done extraordinary things. But they're risk aversion...That doesn't allow us to do new and novel things that are on the edge. Doing anything big and bold in space is hard and it's risky. So, it's entrepreneurs taking the risks these days, willing to put everything on the line.

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    On December 7, 1972, NASA launched Apollo 17, a lunar mission crewed by Eugene Cernan, Ronald Evans, and Harrison Schmitt. It would be the last time humans traveled beyond low Earth orbit, the last time man landed on another celestial body, and the last time man went to the moon. The Last Steps uses rare, heart-pounding footage and audio to retrace the record-setting mission. A film by Todd Douglas Miller.

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    Hello The Richest fans! Welcome back to another video that’ll definitely fill you up with some more factual trivia. In today’s video, we’re going to examine exactly what one astronaut discovered during a fateful mission. But that’s not all! We’re going to find out why they kept this information hidden from NASA and all other agency.
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  • NASA 2024 moon landing jeopardized because space suits arent ready


    CNBC's Morgan Brennan reports that a delay in updating space suits may mean a delay in NASA getting to the moon. For access to live and exclusive video from CNBC subscribe to CNBC PRO:

    Elon Musk offered SpaceX’s services to help NASA make its next-generation spacesuits, after a watchdog report on Tuesday said the agency’s current program is behind schedule and will cost more than $1 billion.

    “SpaceX could do it if need be,” Musk wrote in a tweet.

    Musk’s company has developed and made flight suits for astronauts who launch into orbit in SpaceX’s Crew Dragon spacecraft. The flight suits are primarily designed to protect the astronauts in case of a fire inside of the spacecraft, or if the cabin depressurizes. Building spacesuits would be a more complex and challenging endeavor, given the need to survive outside of a spacecraft in the harsh environment of space.

    NASA spokesperson Monica Witt, in a statement to CNBC on Musk’s offer, pointed to the agency’s request last month to companies in the space industry for feedback on “purchasing commercial spacesuits, hardware, and services.”

    Musk’s proposal came in response to a report by NASA’s inspector general – which is the investigative office which audits the agency for fraud and mismanagement – on the work being done to develop a new line of Extravehicular Mobility Units, which are informally called spacesuits.

    Astronauts on board the International Space Station use spacesuits “designed 45 years ago for the Space Shuttle” program, the report noted. The IG also highlighted that those spacesuits have been “refurbished and partially redesigned” over the past decades to continue working.

    The space agency has started three different spacesuit programs since 2007, the inspector general found, and has spent $420.1 million on development since then. Additionally, the report said NASA “plans to invest approximately $625.2 million more” on development, testing and qualification to complete a suit for a demonstration on the ISS and two suits for the crewed mission to the moon – for a total cost of “over $1 billion” through 2025.

    Beyond the soaring cost, the inspector general said delays “attributable to funding shortfalls, COVID-19 impacts, and technical challenges” have eliminated the chance the spacesuits are ready in time. The spacesuits will “not be ready for flight until April 2025 at the earliest,” the report said. NASA originally said the spacesuits would be ready by March 2023.

    NASA needs new spacesuits for its Artemis program, which was announced by former President Donald Trump’s administration and has continued under President Joe Biden. Artemis is expected to consist of multiple missions to the moon’s orbit and surface in the years ahead, with NASA aiming to land astronauts on the lunar body by 2024. Although NASA has stuck to the 2024 goal, the inspector general has warned repeatedly that the schedule is threatened by several major programs that are key to Artemis’ success.

    Musk earlier this year called the 2024 timeline “actually doable,” after SpaceX became one of the critical pieces of Artemis by winning a $2.9 billion contract to use its Starship rocket to deliver astronauts to the moon’s surface.

    The spacesuits have a multitude of different components, which the inspector general noted are supplied by 27 different companies. That’s a point Musk also highlighted, saying in a tweet that it “seems like too many cooks in the kitchen.”

    SpaceX did not respond to CNBC’s request for comment on whether the company has begun work on its own spacesuits. While the company hasn’t publicly disclosed spacesuit plans, it is one of nearly 50 companies that expressed interest in NASA’s program to purchase privately developed spacesuits and spacewalk services.

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  • NASA 2021: Lets Go to the Moon


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    Inside a locked vault at Johnson Space Center is treasure few have seen and fewer have touched.

    The restricted lab is home to hundreds of pounds of moon rocks collected by Apollo astronauts close to a half-century ago. And for the first time in decades, NASA is about to open some of the pristine samples and let geologists take a crack at them with 21st-century technology.

    What better way to mark this summer’s 50th anniversary of humanity’s first footsteps on the moon than by sharing a bit of the lunar loot.

    “It’s sort of a coincidence that we’re opening them in the year of the anniversary,” explained NASA’s Apollo sample curator Ryan Zeigler, covered head to toe in a white protective suit with matching fabric boots, gloves and hat.

    “But certainly the anniversary increased the awareness and the fact that we’re going back to the moon.”

    With the golden anniversary of Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin’s feat fast approaching — their lunar module Eagle landed July 20, 1969, on the Sea of Tranquility — the moon is red-hot again.

    After decades of flip-flopping between the moon and Mars as the next big astronaut destination, NASA aims to put astronauts on the lunar surface again by 2024 at the White House’s direction. President Donald Trump prefers talking up Mars. But the consensus is that the moon is a crucial proving ground given its relative proximity to home — 240,000 miles (386,000 kilometers) or two to three days away.

    Zeigler’s job is to preserve what the 12 moonwalkers brought back from 1969 through 1972 — lunar samples totaling 842 pounds (382 kilograms) — and ensure scientists get the best possible samples for study.

    Some of the soil and bits of rock were vacuum-packed on the moon — and never exposed to Earth’s atmosphere — or frozen or stored in gaseous helium following splashdown and then left untouched. The lab’s staff is now trying to figure out how best to remove the samples from their tubes and other containers without contaminating or spoiling anything. They’re practicing with mock-up equipment and pretend lunar dirt.

    Compared with Apollo-era tech, today’s science instruments are much more sensitive, Zeigler noted.

    “We can do more with a milligram than we could do with a gram back then. So it was really good planning on their part to wait,” he said.

    The lunar sample lab has two side-by-side vaults: one for rocks still in straight-from-the-moon condition and a smaller vault for samples previously loaned out for study. About 70 percent of the original haul is in the pristine sample vault, which has two combinations and takes two people to unlock. About 15 percent is in safekeeping at White Sands in New Mexico. The rest is used for research or display.

    Of the six manned moon landings, Apollo 11 yielded the fewest lunar samples: 48 pounds or 22 kilograms. It was the first landing by astronauts and NASA wanted to minimize their on-the-moon time and risk. What’s left from this mission — about three-quarters after scientific study, public displays and goodwill gifts to all countries and U.S. states in 1969 — is kept mostly here at room temperature.

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    NASA's Mars Rover's photos were leaked, and it looks like the US Government has been hiding some of the images that could prove alien life on the red planet.

    Is there life on mars or maybe even the moon? NASA photos have revealed some strange things over the years. Images from lunar orbiters seem to show evidence of aliens on the moon and alien made structures. Conspiracy theorists have claimed photos show alien ruins and compounds. Conspiracy theorists claim this is evidence that there was one alien life on the moon, but a simple explanation may be the truth. Mars rover photos have shown what looks like alien remains, alien statues, alien creatures and alien buildings. NASA says many of these objects can be easily explained, but conspiracy theorists argue that these photos show evidence of life on mars now or in the past. Cannonballs on mars may be evidence of a martian war, and pyramids on mars may be evidence of intelligent life. What do you make of these photos? Are these images simply rock formations or are they actually the work of aliens? There are many interpretations. Watch the video to see some very fascinating leaked mars and moon pictures, and then you can decide for yourself. Anonymous even claims that NASA has already made contact with advanced alien life and is just waiting for the right time to reveal this shocking information to the world. Mars Rover Perseverance is set to land on Mars in 2021, and many more photos of mars will be revealed in the future. Do you believe there is life on mars or even the moon? Let us know what you think.

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    In Seattle Nye began to combine his love of science with his flair for comedy, when he won the Steve Martin look-alike contest and developed dual careers as an engineer by day and a stand-up comic by night. Nye then quit his day engineering day job and made the transition to a night job as a comedy writer and performer on Seattle’s home-grown ensemble comedy show “Almost Live.” This is where “Bill Nye the Science Guy®” was born. The show appeared before Saturday Night Live and later on Comedy Central, originating at KING-TV, Seattle’s NBC affiliate.

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    Bill Nye: So Daniel. How do I recommend reasoning with a conspiracy theorist. Right now, the last couple of months I’ve been messing around with this idea of cognitive dissonance. This is to say you have a world view; You’re presented with evidence that conflicts with the world view; So you either have to change your world view, which is hard because you’ve lived your whole life with it, or you just dismiss the evidence and dismiss the authorities that may have provided the evidence. The authority could be a person or it could be a book. Or, excuse me, an article on the electric-internet-computer-machine.

    So you dismiss the evidence, so that you don’t have this discomfort or conflict in your mind—this dissonance. That’s what I’m working with right now, and apparently the way to overcome that is to say, “We’re all in this together, let’s learn about this together.”

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  • How NASA Will Protect Astronauts From Space Radiation


    August 1972, as NASA scientist Ian Richardson remembers it, was hot. In Surrey, England, where he grew up, the fields were brown and dry, and people tried to stay out of the Sun, indoors and televisions on. But for several days that month, his TV picture kept breaking up. “Do not adjust your set,” he recalls the BBC announcing. “Heat isn’t causing the interference. It’s sunspots.”

    The same sunspots that disrupted the television signals led to enormous solar flares — powerful bursts of radiation from the Sun — Aug. 4-7 that year. Between the Apollo 16 and 17 missions, the solar eruptions were a near miss for lunar explorers. Had they been in orbit or on the Moon’s surface, they would have sustained dangerous levels of solar radiation sparked by the eruptions. Today, the Apollo-era flares serve as a reminder of the threat of radiation exposure for technology and astronauts in space. Understanding and predicting solar eruptions is crucial for safe space exploration.

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  • NASA Captures What No One Was Supposed to See


    Do you ever wonder why we’re here? Ever ask yourself what is the universe made of? Are we alone in the universe? Question after question... And while we know a lot thanks to the National Aeronautics and Space Administration - aka NASA - there's still so much that we don't know. But we won’t leave your thirst for knowledge unquenched. Hear the music of the moon, see a butterfly made of stars, touch the Red Planet, and maybe have a taste of a ‘space salad’... It’s out of this world, literally! NASA Captures What No One Was Supposed to See

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    “It was a feeling that went throughout the world, almost like an electric bolt,” one woman remembers of the Apollo 11 moon landing. The lunar landing, which celebrates its 50th anniversary on July 20, is collectively remembered in the film by a handful of the 530 million people who watched the event live on national television in 1969.

    Among the personal accounts is that of Clark Neily, an orbital-rendezvous training instructor who worked on the Apollo 11 mission himself. Neily recalls the intensity of the moment when, among the NASA staff, the launch seemed inevitable: “There was this dead silence while everyone considered the fact that we had no more technical excuses not to attempt to land [on the moon] for the next mission, Apollo 11.” Read more:

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  • Did NASA land on moon? - नासा चाँद पर गया था या नहीं?


    Moon Landing via Apollo Mission was definitely not a hoax. This video explains the same and that too in hindi.

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    Moon landing conspiracy theories claim that some or all elements of the Apollo program and the associated Moon landings were hoaxes staged by NASA, possibly with the aid of other organizations. The most notable claim is that the six manned landings (1969–72) were faked and that 12 Apollo astronauts did not actually walk on the Moon. Various groups and individuals have made claims since the mid-1970s, that NASA and others knowingly misled the public into believing the landings happened, by manufacturing, tampering with, or destroying evidence including photos, telemetry tapes, radio and TV transmissions, Moon rock samples, and even some key witnesses.

    Much third-party evidence for the landings exists, and detailed rebuttals to the hoax claims have been made.[1] Since the late 2000s, high-definition photos taken by the Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter (LRO) of the Apollo landing sites have captured the lander modules and the tracks left by the astronauts.In 2012, images were released showing five of the six Apollo missions' American flags erected on the Moon still standing; the exception is that of Apollo 11, which has lain on the lunar surface since being accidentally blown over by the takeoff rocket's exhaust.[4][5]

    Conspiracists have managed to sustain public interest in their theories for more than 40 years, despite the rebuttals and third-party evidence. Opinion polls taken in various locations have shown that between 6% and 20% of Americans, 25% of Britons, and 28% of Russians surveyed believe that the manned landings were faked. Even as late as 2001, the Fox television network documentary Conspiracy Theory: Did We Land on the Moon? claimed NASA faked the first landing in 1969 to win the Space Race.

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    WASHINGTON — NASA scientists say the moon is currently in the nine-year half of its 18-year rotation around Earth where it is making high tides higher and low tides lower. They say that, while high tides are currently not really higher than in the past, they will get significantly higher when the moon returns to this cycle of tide-boosting in the mid 2030s.

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    NASA reports that by the year 2035 every U.S. coastline will experience more high-tide floods — also called nuisance floods or sunny day floods — when the moon’s rotational cycle will amplify rising sea levels caused by climate change.

    In half of the moon’s 18.6-year cycle, Earth’s regular daily tides are suppressed, so high tides are lower than normal, and low tides are higher than normal.

    In the other half of the cycle tides are amplified, so high tides get higher, and low tides get lower. Global sea-level rise pushes high tides in only one direction — higher.

    So half of the 18.6-year lunar cycle decreases the effect of sea-level rise on high tides, and the other half increases the effect.

    NASA says the moon is currently actually in this tide-amplifying part of its cycle. However, along most U.S. coastlines, this lunar boost has not really made high tides higher than in the past.

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