Artemis 3 and the Future of Human Deep Space Exploration

The Artemis 3 mission is planned to be NASA's first crewed lunar landing since 1972. Here's how businesses and the government are working to make it happen.


Air Date: February 17, 2021

Moderator: David Levy, Chair of the Procurement and Space Industry Council, U.S. Chamber of Commerce, Christian Zur, Former Executive Director, Procurement and Space Industry Council

Featured Guests: Cesar Caicedo, Chief Executive Officer, Colombina, Bruce Mac Master, President, National Business Association of Colombia, Jen Walton, Vice President, U.S. Government Relations, Pfizer

The Artemis 3 mission, planned for 2024, will be the first crewed lunar landing since 1972. As one would expect, this new mission has both government and private sectors working together to make it a success.

During this recent "The Path to Artemis III: Future of Human Deep Space Exploration" program, the U.S. Chamber of Commerce in conjunction with the Huntsville-Madison County Chamber of Commerce spoke about space policy and how people are coming together to make this mission work. This includes understanding the role of Marshall Space Flight Center and greater Huntsville’s industrial capabilities in developing technology and hardware for sustained U.S. lunar operations.