NASA has announced that Jim bridenstine, the leader, will deliver a keynote address at the autumn lunar surface innovation alliance conference online on October 14 (Wednesday). The event is co sponsored by the University of Arizona and Johns Hopkins. The entire event will be broadcast live on NASA TV and NASA website. < / P > < p > at the event, bridenstine will talk about NASA’s Artemis program, which will return humans to the moon for the first time since the Apollo era. At the event, the administrator will also announce NASA’s latest turning point and its potential impact on lunar exploration. < / P > < p > & quot; turning point & quot; is planned to be announced for the first time in January this year, seeking industry developed technologies to help develop commercial aerospace capabilities and benefit future NASA missions. Similar programs have contributed to the success of companies like SpaceX and Boeing to be able to send astronauts from the United States into space. < / P > < p > during this event, NASA officials will update the lunar surface innovation program that works with APL. The initiative seeks the help of academia, industry, non-profit organizations and governments to shape the future of space technology and explore the moon in innovative ways. The autumn meeting of the lunar surface innovation alliance will be held from October 14 to 15. NASA plans to return the first humans to the surface of the moon in 2024 and maintain human presence there until the end of the program. Assistance from science and industry is helping to achieve this task. Epic Games accused Google of monopolizing the latter, which may have a better chance than apple