NASA: We need to name our Moon lander program.
ABE SILVERSTEIN: Let's name it after the god of the Sun, Apollo!
ARTEMIS: Just a reminder that I'm Apollo's twin sister, goddess of the Moon…
ABE SILVERSTEIN: "Apollo riding his chariot across the Sun"
NASA: How's about we name the next Moon thing after you (in 59 years)?
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