NASA Puts a Price on a 2024 Moon Landing

Last year, the Vice President directed the space agency to put astronauts back on the moon. NASA crunched the numbers—and it won't come cheap.

(Translated) កាលពីឆ្នាំមុនអនុប្រធានាធិបតីបានដឹកនាំទីភ្នាក់ងារអវកាសដើម្បីដាក់អវកាសយានិកនៅលើភពព្រះច័ន្ទវិញ ណាសាបានកាត់លេខនេះហើយវានឹងមិនថោកទេ។

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