Saturday, July 29, 2006

China Looking To Open Space Program


An interesting story at SpaceDaily.com, claims the head of the Chinese space program said they will soon seek international partners for its planned lunar exploration mission.

According to Luan Enjie, cooperation is necessary for the program's success.

If progress on the Chinese manned lunar mission continues as it has, they could put boots on lunar soil by 2024.

He hinted at cooperation with his European and U.S. counterparts, but there is no way to know exactly what the future will bring.

They could be looking to partner with North Korea....

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