JAXA Studying Deep-Space Exploration Role
TOKYO — Japanese space managers are beginning to sort through the technologies developed here for human exploration in low Earth orbit and robotic work deeper into the Solar System, looking for ways Japan can help send astronauts beyond the International Space Station (ISS). Like its ISS partners in...
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