Artemis 1, NASA’s first mission to the moon in 50 years, is scheduled to launch Monday from Kennedy Space Center in Florida. If the uncrewed mission is successful, it will pave the way to have humans return to the lunar surface in 2025. NASA Deputy Associate Administrator for Artemis Campaign Development Mark Kirasich, joins “CBS News Mornings” to discuss the preparation ahead of the launch including why it has taken so long to get another moon mission.
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