ESA & NASA | Forward to the Moon
The European Space Agency and NASA signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to take Europe to the Moon.
This historic agreement will see ESA Member States contribute a number of essential elements to the first human outpost in lunar orbit, known as the Gateway.
It confirms ESA’s commitment to delivering at least two European Service Modules that provide electricity, water, oxygen and nitrogen to NASA’s Orion spacecraft – with more to come. ESA will also receive three flight opportunities for European astronauts to travel to and work on the Gateway.
ESA’s head of the Legal Services, Marco Ferrazzani, explains how these agreements will take us forward to the Moon.
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Great news. But damn this is taking a long time!
Good luck! I truly hope I can be a part of your journey one day and you can be a part of mine!
Hi,can you bring paxi back? She/he is my favourite universe teacher
perfect song for this video: To The Moon by Gain Altitude, great outro!
" Scientists must come together to achieve things faster like this "