Japan will send an astronaut to the moon by 2030. It will be the first non-American in the Artemis project. See here

04/01/2022
Credit: Profimedia Images
Credit: Profimedia Images
News! The Japanese will send a man to the moon before 2030, according to a recent announcement. The Japanese want to set a record and be the first country in the United States to send one man a month and the second in the world. This project by Japan plans to land more astronauts on the moon, preferably around 2025. "Space is not only a frontier that gives people hope and dreams, but it also provides an essential foundation for the economic society in which we live in terms of our economic security," said Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida.


As NASA recently announced that the Artemis project is getting better and better, and people will be sent to the moon again soon, Japan has announced that it will also send people to the moon. Referring to the same press release that she gave, she would like to send through this project Artemis the first non-American on the Moon and it will be a premiere of course. However, they did not say exactly if he will be Japanese, but it is known that he will not be American. But according to the plan, Japan would still like to send the Japanese to the moon. 


News! The Japanese will send a man to the moon before 2030, according to a recent announcement. The Japanese want to set a record and be the first country in the United States to send one man a month and the second in the world. This project by Japan plans to land more astronauts on the moon, preferably around 2025. "Space is not only a frontier that gives people hope and dreams, but it also provides an essential foundation for the economic society in which we live in terms of our economic security," said Japanese Prime Minister Fumio Kishida.


But it's not just Japan that is competing with the Americans. And China has announced that it wants to send new astronauts to the moon before 2030. If they send many more nations, humans per moon, we can make a space station (on the moon) there. But China will easily be able to go to the moon, especially after it was the first country to land a probe on the dark surface of the moon and, as the second country in history after the United States, sent a warhead. on Mars. 

Maezawa, who returned from a 12-day ISS trip a week ago, now wants to go to the moon. And he said that he wants to take 8 more people with him to whom he will pay for the trip in full. And guess what? One million people have registered so far. But only 8 will be elected. 

We wish everyone success so that they can reach the Moon and be able to get around the Moon well! 

Article by: Andacs Robert Eugen, on 04 January 2022, at 13:20 pm Los Angeles time

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