Fly me to the Moon in 2018

Could this have anything to do with my feeling about Trump exposing the truth about aliens?

NASA says Donald Trump's request to send astronauts around the moon on the first test of its Orion capsule is within the realms of possibility but warns data will drive any decision   Daily Mail - February 24, 2017

Just last week, NASA's top staff was given instructions to assess the feasibility of sending humans to space with the first flight of the Space Launch System rocket and Orion spacecraft. The mission was originally designed to be uncrewed, and was set to launch in 2018. In a press conference today, officials leading the study revealed the evaluations are now well underway, and they've already created a hard, crisp list of everything that will need to change from a hardware standpoint in order to add crew. But, so far, the team says they're sticking to their baseline plan for EM-1, and will let the data drive any decisions moving forward.

What happens if they see UFOs or lunar bases? Do they sign an NDA before leaving?

  SpaceX to fly two space tourists around the moon in 2018   CNN - February 27, 2017

Two thrill seekers are paying SpaceX to make a trip around the moon next year. SpaceX CEO Elon Musk announced Monday afternoon that the space tourists had already placed a significant deposit for the trip. The travelers will undergo fitness tests and begin training later this year. For takeoff, SpaceX will use the same launch pad near Cape Canaveral, Florida, that was used for the Apollo programs missions. The company doesn't expect this to be a one-time mission. SpaceX said that other people have expressed strong interest in making the trip. The names of the first two travelers have not been released. They are likely paying millions for the adventure.

Elon Musk's SpaceX to send two paying private citizens to the moon in historic mission in 2018   Daily Mail - February 27, 2017
Will be the first time in 45 years humans have been in deep space.
Week-long mission will take place some time in late 2018 and will 'skim the surface of the moon' then venture into deep space before returning to Earth
Musk said the mystery customers have placed 'significant deposits' for mission and we 'not naive' about the dangers
Comes as NASA is investigating sending astronauts on first Orion test mission