TULSA, Oklahoma - Jenks Native and NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine spoke to the Rotary in downtown Tulsa on Wednesday.

Bridenstine says he expects to see unmanned rovers on the moon's surface during his time as administrator. As to whether or not mankind will make the "giant leap" again soon, he says it depends on what happens in Washington and at the ballot box.

"If we go into a second term, we could have, depending on budgets it's very possible that we could have humans on the surface of the moon,” said Bridenstine.

Once the technology is in place to get to the moon, Bridenstine says the next destination is Mars.