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January 21-27, 2019 / Vol 38, No 3 / Hawai`i Island, USA

18 Jan 2019, 20:09 UTC
January 21-27, 2019 / Vol 38, No 3 / Hawai`i Island, USA
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2019 May See Great Steps Toward First Women on the Moon
This could be a pivotal year to advance women’s domain and leadership in Space with landing the first women on the Moon as a priority and focus for National Space Agencies, independent organizations and individuals alike. Among organizations which would do well to see Women on the Moon and network this 2019 initiative are the UN, IAF, Moon Village Association, World Space Week, LEAG, American Astronautical Society, AIAA, National Space Society, and Space Frontier Foundation. Expanding the sphere of women’s activity by more than a billion times and lending toward a more inclusive vision of “We Came in Peace for All”, the first footsteps of women on the Moon in the 21st Century could be as significant as landing the first men on the Moon in the 20th. Pursuing this new dimension in returning people to the Moon may highlight the shortcomings of the nearly 50-year gap from Apollo 17, and inspire an accelerated program to re-establish Humans as a Multi World Species. Some of the initiatives supporting women on the Moon have come from Wally Funk, ILOA First Women on the Moon essay contest, IAF First Woman ...

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