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NASA signed the contract for creation of the lunar station


It is planned that the first module will be put to satellite orbit in 2022 and will become the beginning of the lunar station. NASA officially began the project on construction of the lunar station. The head of department Jim Braydenstayn on a teleconference told about it, NASA reports. Department signed the contract with the Maxar company for construction of the first module of the lunar station LOP-G. It is expected that it will be constructed and will enter into an orbit of the Moon in 2022. Braydenstayn noted that the power and motive PPE module will lay the foundation for the lunar station Gateway. We cover that, its creation will become a striking example of effective cooperation of NASA with the private companies. During the same program it is planned to land the first female astronaut on the surface of the Moon in 2024. Real terms of implementation of flight to Mars were the day before called. Also it was reported that NASA created the fullest image of the Universe. News from the Correspondent.netv of Telegram. Subscribe for our https://t.me/korrespondentnet channel

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