©2020 AEA3 WEB
Image default
News

European Space Agency finalises plans to ‘explore the moon properly’

Ambitious series of joint missions aims to construct a crewed space station that will orbit the moon

European space officials will this week unveil detailed plans for a series of ambitious missions aimed at returning humans to the moon in the next few years.

Projects will include construction of crew quarters for an orbiting lunar space station, making the power and propulsion units for America’s Orion spacecraft, and designing and building a sophisticated communication and refuelling unit, known as Esprit, to serve astronauts on the lunar surface. These missions will be carried out jointly with Nasa and the Japanese and Canadian space agencies.

Continue reading…

Related posts

Air pollution particles in young brains linked to Alzheimer’s damage

AEA3

Whitehall told to release secret 2016 files on UK pandemic risks

AEA3

Revealed: fewer than one in 200 complaints against Met unit upheld

AEA3

Your ads here. Click here