Good afternoon: Today's PM is 455 words, a 2 minute read.
Situational awareness: The Federal Trade Commission voted to approve approximately $5 billion in settlement fees with Facebook this week. Details.
Coming Monday: India is attempting to put its 1st probe on the Moon, the AP notes.
Why it matters: If India manages to land on the moon, they'll join a very exclusive club that includes the US, Russia (Soviet Union) and China, Axios' Miriam Kramer emails.
Between the lines: Folks who are framing this as a "race" are missing the bigger point that space is becoming more accessible for many different nations, not just huge ones with lots of money, Miriam tells me.
What's next: NASA is planning to aim for the Moon's south pole for its Artemis mission in 2024.
Scaffolding is installed on part of Notre-Dame.
Impossible Foods, the maker of the now-ubiquitous Impossible Burger, "is joining a crowded field of food companies developing alternatives to traditional seafood with plant-based recipes or laboratory techniques that allow scientists to grow fish from cells," writes the New York Times.
Why it matters: "The fishless-fish project is part of Impossible’s grand ambitions to devise tasty replacements for every animal-based food on the market by 2035."