China Offers Lunar Relay As ISS Partners Work Toward Mars Plan

Credit: NASA
GUADALAJARA, Mexico—China’s government is willing to let other lunar explorers use a communications-relay satellite it plans to position at the Earth-Moon L2 lagrangian point in 2018, the No. 2 official at the Chinese National Space Administration said here Monday. Speaking to the 67th International...

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