Артемида (Artemis) - лунная пилотируемая программа США

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Игорь Суслов

Цитата: triage от 11.04.2024 10:04:46что-то не сильно верится, т.к. еще есть европейцы с их вкладом в Орион
Но самое главное - есть еще и китайцы. И что-то мне подсказывает...  ;D
Спасибо не говорю, - уплачено...

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Цитата: Игорь  Суслов от 11.04.2024 10:07:30
Цитата: triage от 11.04.2024 10:04:46что-то не сильно верится, т.к. еще есть европейцы с их вкладом в Орион
Но самое главное - есть еще и китайцы.
разговор только про программу с американской земли.

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Цитироватьhttps://www.nasa.gov/news-release/nasa-japan-advance-space-cooperation-sign-agreement-for-lunar-rover/
APR 10, 2024
NASA, Japan Advance Space Cooperation, Sign Agreement for Lunar Rover

NASA Administrator Bill Nelson and Japan's Minister of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology (MEXT) Masahito Moriyama have signed an agreement to advance sustainable human exploration of the Moon.

Japan will design, develop, and operate a pressurized rover for crewed and uncrewed exploration on the Moon. NASA will provide the launch and delivery of the rover to the Moon as well as two opportunities for Japanese astronauts to travel to the lunar surface.

Today, President Biden and Prime Minister Kishida also announced, "a shared goal for a Japanese national to be the first non-American astronaut to land on the Moon on a future Artemis mission, assuming important benchmarks are achieved."

The pressurized lunar rover is intended to enable astronauts to travel farther and work for longer periods on the lunar surface. The signing took place April 9 at NASA Headquarters in Washington. Along with Nelson and Moriyama, JAXA (Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency) President Hiroshi Yamakawa also participated in the signing.
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An enclosed and pressurized rover will enable astronauts to travel farther and conduct science in geographically diverse areas by serving as a mobile habitat and laboratory for the astronauts to live and work for extended periods of time. It will be able to accommodate two astronauts for up to 30 days as they traverse the area near the lunar South Pole. NASA currently plans to use the pressurized rover on Artemis VII and subsequent missions over an approximate 10-year lifespan.
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выше с американскими компаниями было про негерметичные луноходы

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а тут другие сми играют в угадайку
Цитироватьhttps://www3.nhk.or.jp/nhkworld/en/news/20240411_N02/

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Only Americans have ever set foot on the lunar surface, the last time being more than 50 years ago. Officials with NASA's Artemis program are hoping to start sending astronauts to the moon again in 2026.

Japanese science minister Moriyama Masahito and NASA Administrator Bill Nelson signed a deal on Tuesday outlining their shared goals. Japanese astronauts are expected to join two expeditions. While there, they will operate a vehicle developed by Japan's space agency, JAXA, Toyota Motor and other companies.
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Editorial note: An earlier report was incorrect in the estimated cost for researching and developing the rover.
The original sentence said "Japanese government officials say researching and developing the rover will cost several million ..., and they are hoping to see it go into operation in 2029. ...
вот в каком году первый и в каком их луноход