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NASA Still Giant Leap From Manned Mars Mission

The massive Artemis I rocket is ferried atop a mobile launch platform en route to Launch Pad 39B from the Vehicle Assembly Building at the Kennedy Space Center in Florida on March 17. (Gregg Newton/Getty Images)

By    |   Monday, 09 May 2022 06:26 AM EDT

In January 2004, when former President George W. Bush announced that the United States was committing to a manned exploration of Mars and other destinations, the U.S. hadn't ventured beyond low-earth orbit since its last moon mission in 1972.

And now, more than 18 years later? Not much has changed.

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In January 2004, when former President George W. Bush announced that the United States was committing to a manned exploration of Mars and other destinations, the U.S. hadn't ventured beyond low-earth orbit since its last moon mission in 1972.
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