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TOKYO (Reuters) - Japan's space agency is drawing up plans that could include manned space flights and a manned research base on the moon, a newspaper said on Monday.
The daily Mainichi Shimbun said on Monday a draft long-term plan being drawn up by the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) includes developing a vehicle similar to the U.S. space shuttle by 2025.
Around the same time, it hopes to start constructing a research base on the moon, the paper said.
Originally posted by Phaethor
Originally posted by 00PS
I posted a post on this already...
Yours has more responses I see but this one was posted about 14 hours before you posted yours.