Nasa's Huge LAUNCH FAIL Caused By JEFF BEZOS Just Happened

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Nasa’s Huge LAUNCH FAIL Caused By JEFF BEZOS Just Happened
In what is a surprise to absolutely no one, NASA won’t be sending astronauts to the lunar surface in 2024. Blaming everyone but the kitchen sink for the delay, the space agency now intends to send a crew, including a woman and a person of color, to the Moon in 2025.

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NASA has provided the first major update to its Artemis program under the Biden administration, and it’s not what most would consider good news. Fortunately, we still have another major milestone to look forward to next month with the launch of the James Webb Space Telescope.

Hello guys and welcome to Lift Off, your place where you find everything space and often SpaceX. Today, we are going to talk about NASA delaying moon landing programs to 2025, putting the blame on Jeff Bezos Company, Blue Origin. Let’s not waste any second and move on with the video.

NASA Administrator Bill Nelson said returning to the Moon as quickly and safely as possible is an agency priority. “However, with the recent lawsuit and other factors, the first human landing under Artemis is likely no earlier than 2025,” he added.

NASA earlier this year awarded SpaceX a contract to develop a lunar lander for Artemis, the agency’s spaceflight program tasked with returning humans to the Moon. The selection didn’t sit well with rival Blue Origin, which decided to sue NASA over the decision.

Senior NASA officials on November, 9th provided an updated timeline for returning humans to the Moon under the agency’s Artemis program, and they discussed costs and other issues related to it. The biggest news came in the form of NASA’s formal acknowledgment that a human landing on the Moon in 2024 is not possible, but there were plenty of other noteworthy tidbits.

The briefing with space reporters, led by NASA Administrator Bill Nelson, came five days after the US Court of Federal Claims ruled against Blue Origin’s lawsuit against NASA for its selection of SpaceX to build a lunar lander for the Artemis program. Previously, Nelson had promised to provide an update on the Artemis program following the lawsuit, and on Tuesday he made good on that.

He came out guns blazing at Blue Origin. “We’ve lost nearly seven months in litigation, and that likely has pushed the first human landing likely to no earlier than 2025,” Nelson said, pinning the delay in NASA’s return to the Moon firmly on Blue Origin and its lawyers. During the legal process, NASA was forbidden from working or even talking with SpaceX regarding the Human Landing System (HLS) program. The agency was also unable to provide milestone payments.

“I spoke last Friday with Gwynne Shotwell,” Nelson said, referring to the president and chief operating officer of SpaceX. “This is the first contact we’ve been able to have about the HLS program, and we both underscored the importance of returning to the Moon as quickly and safely as possible.”

Later, he added, “I want to give a shoutout to our legal team.”

Artemis 2 and 3 plans

When the Trump administration created the Artemis program in spring 2019, Vice President Mike Pence set an aggressive goal of landing humans on the Moon by 2024. Technically, this never seemed like it was really possible, but NASA has never formally acknowledged this and always set 2024 as an aspirational goal.

But Nelson did acknowledge the delay, citing the Blue Origin litigation, lower-than-requested appropriations from Congress for lander development, and the infeasibility of the 2024 date at the time it was proposed as reasons for a push until at least 2025.

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27 comments
  1. Why not send the most qualified astronauts to the moon?
    Grade them with anonymous resumes, that do not indicate their name, gender or race. See how diversified the crew ends up being. The best.
    Simply the best of the applicants. Period.

  2. Jeff, your hobby company, Blue Origin, needs to keep quite and do something. How about delivery of BE-4s to ULA and putting a few satellites into orbit yourself. All you have is a Suborbital Tourist Attraction.

  3. I think we here as American citizens need to pressure NASA to taking the cheaper option instead of wasting taxpayer this is why they get funding cuts because they waste the f**** money on stupid s*** like building an expensive rocket from scratch when you could have SpaceX build u 2 Starships cheaper yeah I just eliminated your redundancy argument

  4. If NASA was as good at flying rockets as they are at producing banner signs they would have been on mars or the moon long ago.

  5. too big, Lumbering, Slow, hindered by beureacracy, NASA, FORD, GM, Chrysler, Tyrannosaurus rex..

  6. Governments and lawyers need to get out of the way! "A women and a person of color"?? So we are technically incompetent but "diverse"? Well that's just fucking great. "One small step for man, but one giant leap for a (menstruating?) person of color"?? Can we just have separate countries? Ridiculous people and non ridiculous people (People who "do stuff" and people who just "are stuff" ?) May 2024=1968?

  7. #Jeff Bezos has no place in the space industry. He is a glorified delivery boy, and should worry about how to change the packaging issue at Amazon. Jeff if you want to beat Elon, end world hunger sustainably. We believe you're a good businessman, and that you should use this skill to eradicate poverty and hunger.

  8. Last I saw, The Smithsonian had all the parts needed that got us to the Moon in the 1960's and '70's… odd we can't save money and time by using what worked.

  9. Time for Elon to move Launching off shore, far enough to stop FAA interference and rules. Are the platforms they bought converted yet ? SLS Needs to buy some tested rocket engines from Spacex. Tested and proven hardware not bozo’d rocket engines that’s risky technology …

  10. Elon musk has this all under control by himself and doesn't need Jeff assholes or NASA ja¢k-off$ as they are nothing but want to be..

  11. Government and NASA and Joe Biden waste bureaucracy money. Bureaucrats well never get the job done. Got to make little boy Johnny who graduated last year some job money.NASA and Joe Biden and all Democrats want bureaucratic waste of money space travel. Elon musk can get the job done. Fuck NASA fuck government fuck Joe Biden. Trumps my president. He gets things done. Just like Elon musk.

  12. 🤦🏻‍♂️ “plan to send a crew including a woman and a person of colour”, is it really necessary to make that distinction? Why not just send a crew without making your selection choices feel like some kind of ‘token gesture’… it’s not that the criteria of the selection process is the issue, it’s that attention is being made to something arbitrary which creates divisiveness… What’s next? Maybe the first trans in space? Maybe the first gender fluid person in space? Can someone please tell me what the colour of your skin or your sexual preference has to do with space exploration?!
    NASA GONE WOKE! 🤦🏻‍♂️

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