Japan plans to land a human on the moon by 2030 - Boing Boing

It is the first time JAXA has revealed an intention to send Japanese astronauts beyond the International Space Station, and it will mostly likely be part of an international mission, the agency said. The announcement from Japan Wednesday is just the ...

Sailor Moon? More like sail to the Moon: Japan vows to set foot on lunar soil by 2030 - The Register

Japan's national space agency JAXA has announced plans to send a lone astronaut to the moon by 2030. It's a big step for Japan, since its astronauts have never set foot in space beyond the International Space Station. The proposal was presented this ...

See You, Space Samurai: Japan to Put First Man on Moon By 2030 - Sputnik International

The Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) has announced that they plan to put the first Japanese astronaut on the moon by 2030 as part of the overarching mission from NASA and other space agencies to build a permanent space station in lunar orbit.

Japan plans to send man to the moon - AppsforPCdaily

After a long journey and history of countries and space station sending their astronauts to the moon, Japan has now planned to send a man to the at the most by 2030. As per a new proposal by the government's Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA), ...

Japan plans to put humans on moon by 2030 - The Space Reporter

Moon Officials from Japan's space agency JAXA have announced plans to send a crewed mission to the moon by 2030. 160. SHARES. ShareTweetGoogleReddit · LinkedinSubscribeMail. Sign up to receive our weekly newsletter of the most popular space ...

Next Moon Landing: Will Japan Join The US In Sending Astronauts To The Moon? - International Business Times

Japan wants to send a human to the moon by the end of the next decade, a move that would double the number of nations that have touched its surface. While Japan is one of a handful of countries that have sent unmanned machines to the moon, the United ...

Japan wants to put a man on the moon in around 2030 - PanARMENIAN.Net

PanARMENIAN.Net - Japan plans to put a man on the moon inaround 2030, according to a new proposal by the government's Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA), CNN reports. It is the first time JAXA has revealed an intention to send Japanese ...

Japan has a bold plan to put humans on the Moon around 2030 - International Business Times UK

Japan has announced a new ambitious plan to put humans on the Moon around 2030. The move comes as both India and China are involved in greatly developing their space programs. The Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) was created in 2003 ...

A new space race emerges in Asia, with the moon targeted yet again - Siliconrepublic.com

Almost 50 years after the height of the first space race between the US and the USSR, China and Japan appear to be locked into one of their own. It's 1969. Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin are wandering around the moon as Michael Collins waits around in ...

Asian space race to get more competitive as Japan announces plans to send man to the moon by 2030! - Zee News

They said the proposal was for JAXA to contribute to a multinational manned lunar probe by contributing technology, which would grant Japan a spot on the mission. . By Zee Media Bureau | Last Updated: Friday, June 30, 2017 - 16:57. Comment. 0. Comment.

Japan wants to put a man on the moon before China does - Engadget

Japan's space agency JAXA has submitted an ambitious proposal to the country's Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology: it wants to fly and put a man on the moon by 2030. The agency is either directly challenging China's plans to ...

Japan's 2030 Man to Moon Mission - TMR Research Blog (press release) (blog)

After a long journey and history of countries and space station sending their astronauts to the moon, Japan has now planned to send a man to the at the most by 2030. This was announced recently by the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency run by the ...

Japan will put a man on the moon by 2030 - as the 'Asian space race' heats up - Mirror.co.uk

The Japanese Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) has announced an ambitious plan to put a man on the moon by 2030. It will be the first time the country has attempted a lunar mission and intensifies the competition to be the dominant superpower in ...