NASA's public-private partnership program is expanding from Earth's low orbit to deep-sky targets such as the moon. It sent to the aerospace industry & ldquo;Information requestAnd seek private space companies to cooperate with itTo explore the moon together, Including landing the surface of the moon to extract samples back to Earth. NASA seems to reconsider the moon as a future manned flight destination.
In the latest information request, NASA sought to work with the business sector to deliver the scientific load to the moon in a cost-effective manner. For the past six years, NASA has used Mars as a future manned flight destination, but NASA officials have acknowledged that the presence of extreme water in the moon can serve as a potential source of propellant and significantly reduce the cost of sending mankind beyond the Earth's system.