NASA to fly Saturn V's currently on display, says "SLS is taking too long"

NASA to fly Saturn V's currently on display, says "SLS is taking too long"

Houston, TX — Today, NASA announced in a press conference that they will be taking the Saturn V's on display and flying them while SLS continues development so that they can reach their targeted lunar landing date of 2024. We reached out to the director of Johnson space center, Shelix Flang, for comment

So, congress keeps putting s restrictions on us, and we need a way to get past them, so while we're trying to get past those restrictions, why not use old space hardware in order to reach our deadline that they have set? Our plan is to take the Saturn V built for Apollo 20 and launch an Orion to the moon, where the lunar starship will be waiting to take or 4 crew members to the surface. This will allow us to get past the hurdle of  a test demonstration because this has already flown before, and get past congresses approval for the same reason. Our launch date is expected to be 2023.


Photo Credit: MLP, Saturn V

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