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U.S. Space Agency To Land First Woman On Moon
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The U.S. space agency is planning a 2024 moon landing. This mission will include two astronauts, and at least one will be a woman. This unnamed astronaut will be the first woman to land on the moon. NASA astronaut Christina Koch arrived back on Earth on February 6, 2020 after spending 328 days on the International Space Station, the longest continuous period of time a woman has ever served on the station. While the astronauts for the next moon landing have not yet been named, Koch said that she or anyone in her astronaut office would be honored to take part in the mission. This moon landing is intended to be one step towards the goal to land an astronaut on Mars in the 2030s.

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