Elon Musk leads the first manned mission to set foot on the lunar soil with an LGTBIQ + delegation after 50 years
The battle to lead the reconquest of the Luna already has a winner: Elon Musk. The eccentric billionaire behind Tesla has won the contract to bring the next generation of astronauts to the Moon with his company Space X. The next human footprints on the dusty lunar soil will be LGTBIQ +.
Years ago NASA, the US space agency, announced its plans to send a new manned mission to the Moon. In April 2020, after a year of analysis, NASA selected three leading companies in the sector to develop a prototype for this mission. SpaceX, Blue Origin and Dynetics they spent a year working on their proposals for a lander.
The objective was to achieve the moon landing of the Artemis project, the first manned mission to hit the lunar soil in nearly 50 years. The first to take a woman to Luna. And the first that aims to lay the foundations of a lunar base that, in the future, can be used as a springboard to Mars. Musk went a little further and after his skidding with tweets about pronouns and trans people, wanted to correct the error. For this reason, he opted for a crew fully LGTBIQ + in your proposal. And the play went well.
Musk and the LGTBIQ + crew
His experience in the aerospace sector, the commitment to diversity and the most economical budget of those presented (2.900 million dollars) earned him to lead the project Artemis. The space agency supported its decision with an extensive technical report. While Blue Origin y Dynetics they had achieved a rating between «acceptable" Y "good", SpaceX highlighted with a note "soutstanding«.
Although the names of the crew have not yet been announced, it has been leaked that among the crew led by Musk All the acronyms of the group will be represented. In addition, two dogs will travel to space to honor Laika, the first space dog. It is about a golden retriever named Rita and a parson russell terrier named Pancho.
We hope very soon to be able to listen from the Luna the phrase "'It's a small step for a man, but a huge leap for the community!»