NASA has unveiled their $28 Billion plan to send the first woman to the moon in 2024. This would mark the first time man (or woman) has set foot on the lunar surface since 1972. NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine said astronauts are returning to the moon "for scientific discovery, economic benefits and inspiration for a new generation of explorers." They will use a new rocket and final tests are happening as we speak. They will then launch two test flights around the moon, one unmanned in 2021 and the second with a crew in 2023. The plan would then to be to send a full space mission up to the lunar surface (with a female astronaut) by 2024.