Israel and Russia will work more closely in space activities under a framework agreement between the two nations’ civil space agencies that was signed March 27 in Tel Aviv. The agreement expands cooperation in the areas of space research, observation, navigation, medicine and biology in space, as well as research in advanced materials and space launch, according to a statement from Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s office. “One year ago, I told [Israeli Technology Minister ...
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