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The last moon landing occurred nearly half a century ago, in December of 1972. NASA’s Artemis III mission is looking to change that, with the agency planning to use its new Orion spacecraft to launch from Cape Canaveral in 2024, land humans on the moon and return them safely to Earth. Preparing for the first manned lunar landing in over fifty years, though, is no small task – and NASA is employing its in-house supercomputers as it prepares.

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