Thursday, May 24, 2012

Japan And Russia Reveal Plan To Build Permanent Bases On The Noon

The United States still has to choose between building a moon base and sending astronauts to asteroid
While NASA administrator Charles Bolden was in Florida to watch the SpaceX Falcon 9 launch, representatives of space agencies from Russia, India, Japan, and Canada were at the Global Space Exploration Conference to talk about their future plans. One of the biggest topics they discussed was the moon: Japan and Russia revealed plans to establish bases on our planet's satellite.

Read the full article by Mariella Moon, published at Tecca, HERE.

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