Japan may join space station project aimed at manned moon landings

TOKYO (Kyodo) — Japan will consider joining a U.S.-proposed project to build a new space station in orbit around the moon, hoping that it will boost the chances of sending Japanese astronauts to the lunar surface, government officials said Friday.
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