NASA, JAXA Sign Lunar Exploration Agreement

Credit: Moon: NASA
HOUSTON—NASA and the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA), partners in the International Space Station (ISS), signed an agreement Sept. 24 to cooperate in U.S.-led efforts to establish a sustainable human presence at the Moon in preparation for expeditions to Mars. The pact was signed by NASA...

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