It was in recent weeks that NASA announced the extension of the International space Station mission until 2030, and now with an inspiring video, it illustrates why this valuable mission continues.
Bill Nelson The Biden-Harris administration has announced in recent weeks that the Biden-Harris administration has committed to extending the International space Station (ISS) to 2030 in cooperation with the station's international partners, including the European space Agency (ESA), the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA). , The Canadian space Agency (CSA) and the Russian Government space Agency (Roscosmos) will continue to pioneer research into this unique orbital laboratory until the end of the decade.
"It is internationally peaceful and for over 20 years it has made great strides in science, education and technology for the benefit of humanity." The year is 2030. The United States' continued participation in the International space Station enhances innovation and competition, as well as advances the research and technology needed to send the first woman and the first person of color to the moon under the Artemis program, and paves the way for the first man to be sent to Mars. "Given that more countries are active in space, it is more important than ever for the United States to lead the world in growing international alliances, as well as to model rules and norms for Continue to use space peacefully and responsibly.
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Cover photo: International space Station in Earth