Although the Artemis Mission was postponed, LSU remains busy with NASA remains busy missions

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The NASA Artemis mission has been put on hold until late November after being initially planned to launch in September.

During this time, LSU has conducted research regarding extraterrestrial life, including translating work skills on earth to other planets.

Their plan is are to expand research past the moon and to other planets such as Mars.

Director of National Center of Advance Manufacturing Bob Fudickar says pushing this idea is paramount for future space missions.

“There's a little bit more gravity on Mars, but you gotta get to the moon first and habitat. You gotta learn how to live out there and you move on to the next step, so it's a very busy busy time for very exigent experiments,” Bob Fudickar said.

There are more missions still to be done on the future.