close Video NASA plans to follow up exploration of Mars with moon mission Former NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine weighs in on future of the space agency on ‘FOX News @ Night’ China and Russia announced earlier this week that they had partnered to build a lunar research station. Russian space agency Roscosmos said in a statement Tuesday that it had signed an agreement with China's National Space Administration (CNSA) to build a “complex of experimental research facilities created on the surface and/or in the orbit of the moon.” PERSEVERANCE MARS ROVER’S SUPERCAM DELIVERS FIRST READINGS, IDENTIFIES ROCK TARGETS Roscosmos said the International Scientific Lunar Station (ILRS) would carry out “multidisciplinary and multipurpose research work, including the exploration and use of the Moon, lunar observations, fundamental research experiments and technology verification with the possibility of long-term unmanned operation with the prospect of a human presence on the moon.” In its own release , CNSA explained that the space agencies would “adhere to the principle of ‘co-consultation, joint construction, and shared benefits” and that the ILRS would be open to all interested countries and international partners. “China and Russia have been committed to cooperation in the fields of space technology , science and applications,” CNSA stated. CNSA… Read full this story
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