NASA is putting a simple question to the public through a new campaign: what will people bring with them if they want to travel to the moon? NASA encourages anyone interested to use its new NASA moonkit social event to share what’s in their bags (for this imaginary trip to the moon). < / P > < p > of course, any space travel requires a lot of special equipment, and people may spend most of their time enjoying the vast space, the moon and the scenery of our planet. However, everyone needs some time off to relax, and that’s where one’s personal belongings will appear. So what do people bring to pass the time? < / P > < p > NASA is currently on the Artemis mission to the moon with the goal of sending several astronauts to the surface of the moon in 2024. The space agency explained that astronauts would be subject to “fairly strict restrictions” on what personal items they would carry – it would have to be in a “suitcase” no more than 5 × 8 × 2 inches, about the size of a hardback book. < / P > < p > NASA encourages the public to find a container that meets this size limit, put a few precious items they will bring with them on their travels, then take a picture and share it on social media with the “nasamoonkit” tag – whether it’s instagram, Facebook or twitter. NASA said it might share people’s posts on its social accounts if it liked what it saw. < / P > < p > the space agency shared an interesting video showing some of the things that might be carried, but the options would be more limited. Because the space is too small, people may only take some pictures of their relatives, maybe one or two lucky trinkets, a very small book and the like. It’s not clear what items the astronauts on the international space station are carrying. Chinese version of K-car: reading a10e design drawing exposure