NASA and International Partners Sign Artemis Accords


On October 13, 2020, NASA and international partners from Australia, Canada, Italy, Japan, Luxembourg, the United Arab Emirates and the United Kingdom signed the Artemis Accords agreements for international participation in the agency’s Artemis program, during a virtual meeting of the International Astronautical Congress.

While NASA is leading the Artemis program, international partnerships will play a key role in achieving a sustainable and robust presence on the Moon while preparing to conduct a historic human mission to Mars. International cooperation on Artemis will bolster space exploration and enhance peaceful relationships between nations. The Artemis Accords will also reinforce the principles of the Outer Space Treaty.


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  1. As always the "partners" will be used as tool by the US to serve only the US interests… "Peace and cooperation" ? Invite China and Russia to be partners then. It's easy to be peaceful with those who are already ally… And if it is the same "peace" you brought in the Middle East, there are reasons to be skeptic about it…

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