NASA has committed to returning to the Moon by 2024, landing the first woman and next man on the lunar surface. Unlike the Apollo 11 landing 50 years ago, NASA isn’t just going for flags and footprints. This time, we’re going to stay. Building a sustainable presence on the Moon requires a lot more than rockets – though we’ve got those, too. Learn about the big plans NASA has for the Moon, from rovers and scientific instruments to geology experiments that will unlock mysteries of the Moon’s past, all to make the dream of humans living on the Moon – and gaining expertise that will lead to exploring Mars – a reality.