Japan announces plans to land an astronaut on the Moon by 2030

Japan has announced plans to send an astronaut to the Moon by 2030, as part of a new strategy for space travel in the country. If successful, the mission would be the first time the Japanese Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) has sent a human being …
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