NASA releases 4K version of moon landing video to rally more supporters for return to the moon

NASA will eventually “return to the moon”, but in the meantime, the agency has a lot of work to do. To help kids understand the past and future of the great moon landing, NASA has just released a 5-and-a-half minute introductory video with a highest resolution option of 4K.

NASA releases 4K version of moon landing video to rally more supporters for return to the moon

(Photo from: NASA, via BGR)

Artemis is the mythical goddess of the moon and hunting, and NASA’s eponymous program is to work with reliable business partners to create a complete plan to orbit the moon, land a human face on the moon, and return to Earth.

The biggest problem for NASA, however, is bad money. Or in order to gain enough support and eventually usher in “financial freedom”, the agency was clearly unwilling to give up any possible publicity opportunities, so the following five-and-a-half minute video was released.

How We Are To The Moon – 4K (via)

In order to be easy to understand, the agency not only invited narration, but also carefully crafted a series of animated illustrations. If all goes well, NASA is expected to complete a manned lunar exploration mission by 2024.

Compared to the Apollo era half a century ago, NASA is clearly not content to be taking a “to this” photo. In the meantime, you can only wait patiently.

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