The richest billionaire on the planet has never been in American history: What is it?

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Five months after the world's richest billionaire Jeff Bezos announces an unprecedented plan in private private space / private space history: Bringing the lander to the Moon after 2020 at the Walter E Convention Center Washington, Washington DC (USA) on May 9, 2019, the CEO of Amazon made a surprise announcement on October 22.

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Reuters said that Jeff Bezos' Blue Origin aerospace company has signed an agreement with Lockheed Martin Corp, Northrop Grumman Corp and Draper Laboratory to jointly develop the lunar lander to help NASA quickly complete. The highest mission of this agency: Send 2 astronauts (1 male, 1 female) to the Moon by 2024.

"Here, I am pleased to announce that we (including Blue Origin, Lockheed Martin Corp, Northrop Grumman Corp and Draper Laboratory) are gathering a national team to join hands to bring the US back to the face. Moon as planned "- Billionaire Jeff Bezos announced at the International Aviation Congress on 22/10.

Currently, these four 'giants' are preparing plans to develop an amphibious ship to submit to NASA under their new 21st Century Moon Program – Artemis Program.

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The United States is determined to carry out its mission to bring permanent settlers at the Moon. Photo: Internet

Billionaire Jeff Bezos calls this cooperation a transnational space industry cooperation because the special thing is that the partners are more or less affecting NASA's development progress in its space exploration mission. this.

For example, Lockheed Martin is developing a separate spacecraft Orion (under the Artemis Program) of NASA. Northrop Grumman helped the world's leading space agency build the lunar lander under the Apollo Program in the 1960s. And Draper, a US nonprofit research and development organization, built computers. Navigate for the Apollo Program's moon landing craft.

Currently, the Blue Moon spacecraft – the extraordinary machine of billionaire Jeff Bezos is in the process of strong development, serving the highest goal of sending people to the Moon, creating a springboard to explore deep space; as well as strengthening cooperation with NASA, promoting greater US space program in the 21st century.

It can be said that this is the first time that NASA has received great support from private US space companies in the context of the United States stepping up the determination of 'great return' under the Trump administration.

The four big players in researching / manufacturing aircraft, satellites, and rockets have joined hands with NASA to help the mission of sending people back to the Moon after these decades of sleep. Latest moves related to US space program.

Let's take a look at the events showing the determination to maintain the position of the cosmic power through the following timelines:

– March 26, 2019:

At the fifth meeting of the National Space Council, Vice President Mike Pence announced the Trump administration's plan to re-land the Moon in five years (in 2024), sooner. 4 years compared to NASA's 2028 target.

– May 9, 2019:

Billionaire Jeff Bezos has announced plans to land on the Moon after 2020 and launch the Blue Moon lander. The ship is small but has a large payload of up to 7 tons, and uses the latest BE-7 engine of Blue Origin. These new engines will be powered by liquid hydrogen fuel (LH2) and liquid oxygen (LOX).

– May 13, 2019:

Share on Twitter, President Donald Trump said: "Under my administration, NASA will be great again. America will return to the Moon, then land on Mars. I have added 1.6 billion USD for NASA has let the United States re-establish that unprecedented cosmic feat. "

With this increase in aid, the total expenditure for NASA in fiscal year 2020 will reach 22.6 billion USD. This is the highest spending in history that a president for NASA.

– August 29, 2019:

At the White House, US President Donald Trump launched the Space Command (SpaceCom), and recommended Air Force General John Raymond to command SpaceCom.

– Year 2019-2024:

NASA promotes the Artemis Program (the name of the goddess in Greek mythology, the twin brother of the god Apollo) – NASA's 21st-century lunar exploration program with the biggest goal: To bring people back to lunar year 2024, creating future Mars landing gear.

Artemis Program Roadmap:

– Actively develop a new generation of powerful rockets called the Space Launch System (SLS) to send people to the moon and explore deep space.

– Complete the Orion spacecraft to serve the mission of landing the Moon.

– 2020: NASA launches Artemis 1, to test SLS boosters and Orion spacecraft.

– 2022: Carry out Artemis 2 – the outpost mission before landing on the Moon, bringing astronauts to connect the Gateway spacecraft in the lunar orbit. Gateway plays the role of an astronaut's space house to live, work, study the Moon more closely.

– 2024: Deploying the Artemis 3 mission, officially sending people (2 astronauts) to re-land the Moon at the southern pole of this satellite.

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