Is NASA Going Back To The Moon To Erase Stain Of Only White Men Having Walked There?
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Earlier: July 20, 1969: The Historic American Nation Lands On The Moon

From Yahoo News:

Bezos v. Musk: The high-stakes legal disputes between the world’s two richest people

Roger Parloff·Contributor
Wed, October 13, 2021, 3:16 AM·17 min read

The spectacle of public sniping between the world’s two richest men, as they compete to shoot ever-larger rockets ever deeper into space, has been an irresistible one for media observers.

In recent months, SpaceX and Tesla (TSLA) CEO Elon Musk (net worth: $224 billion, per Bloomberg) has traded barbs with Amazon (AMZN) and Blue Origin founder Jeff Bezos (net worth: $189 billion) …

This article will peer beneath the insults to explain the facts and law surrounding the two high-stakes disputes that are currently generating most of the sparks between the men. One involves competition between SpaceX and Blue Origin for multibillion-dollar NASA Artemis contracts to take the first woman and first person of color to the moon by 2024—the first human moon landings in a half century.

Interesting … so NASA is going back to the moon to erase the moral stain of only white men ever having been there?

And, unlike in 1969 when NASA could get to the moon themselves, NASA is going to have to pay at least one of the world’s two richest white men to help get their women and astronauts of color to the moon?

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