NASA maintains close relations with Poland. Bill Nelson met with Mark Brzezinski. See what they said

Credit: NASA/Justin Weiss
Credit: NASA/Justin Weiss

NASA maintains close relations with Poland. Bill Nelson met with Mark Brzezinski. Below you can see part of the discussion. 

"It was a pleasure to welcome U.S. Ambassador to Poland Mark Brzezinski to NASA last week. "Poland is a valued partner and ally, and as a recent signatory of the Artemis Accords, there are countless opportunities for our countries to work together on the future of space. 

"Ambassador Brzezinski and I share the same sense of urgency on addressing the climate crisis, so it is my hope that we will venture out into the cosmos together, as well as work to improve life here on Earth." 

Brzezinski also supports Poland's relations with the United States, during the meeting. We mention that there are almost 10 million American Poles in the whole country. The NASA administrator has talked a lot about climate change, a problem we all face these days. There was also a lot of talk about a call to action on this situation. Future generations of people will not be able to withstand the conditions they will be subjected to if climate change continues to worsen. And what we see now is just the beginning. 

Poland is in close cooperation with NASA and thanks to the many benefits of NASA missions. For example, The sensors on board the NASA Mars Curiosity rover and the Global Solar Wind Structure instrument, which will be part of NASA's 2025 Interstellar Mapping and Acceleration Probe mission, come from Poland. One benefit of this collaboration between NASA and Poland is that Poland is part of ESA, and NASA-ESA collaborations are extremely close. 

"As a member of the European Space Agency (ESA), NASA encourages Polish support for key NASA-ESA cooperation activities, including the International Space Station, as well as the European Service Module, Gateway and Monthly Surface Cooperation as part of the program. Artemis at NASA. " NASA claimed in a post. 

And one of the most important things Poland has done is to join a list of many nations that are committed to ensuring sustainable space exploration by signing the Artemis Agreements, according to the Air Space Agency. This agreement, which has been joined by many countries, has a common set of principles that benefit all people.

Article by: Andacs Robert Eugen, on 07 February 2022, at 12:41 am Los Angeles time

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