8 nations sign US-led Artemis Accords for moon exploration and beyond

Oct 13, 2020
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Obviously, the $64,000 question is will China and Russia join in? China is clearly on the outer, not being allowed to be able to access the ISS due to their consistent stealing of IP... so no real expectation there. But keep an eye on China, they're not ones to play by any international rules set up by the West, even if the rest of the planet abides by them. They COULD change this of course, but their pride won't let them.
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Dec 20, 2019
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Russia seems to be regressing into doublespeak like the USSR days. They want less US domination (in space) but it is the same as ISS agreements so what is their problem. I think it is an excuse to not invest, as they just can't afford it on their small oil and arms income.

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