Japan Outlines NASA Gateway Contributions, Backs ISS Extension

NASA Gateway lunar-orbiting station configuration
Credit: NASA/Alberto Bertolin
Japan has outlined its planned contributions to NASA’s Gateway lunar-orbiting station and become the first of the four major International Space Station (ISS) partners to join with the U.S. in committing to formally extending operations of the seven-person orbital laboratory for 2024-30. While...

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