Japan for the first time announced plans to send man to the moon
The Japanese aerospace exploration Agency (JAXA) announced that by 2030, is going to send a crew to explore the moon.
The Agency first announced its intention to participate in the international program, reports Asahi.
Japan alone can not prepare such a valuable project, and therefore will develop equipment for multinational manned lunar probe.
Through his work, the Japanese astronaut will be given a place in the crew.
Earlier it was reported that India will send to your moon Rover in 2018.
It was also reported that in March 2017 NASA scientists have found the Indian space probe Chandrayaan-1, a connection which was lost in August 2009.
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