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NASA lays down standards on how to explore the Moon

NASA lays down standards on how to explore the Moon

NASA announced the creation of the Artemis Accords, a set of standards on how to explore the Moon. The agency hopes that other countries will agree to the terms. The laws lay out how humanity will act on the Moon, including how to mine resources from the surface and ways to protect heritage sites. NASA worked with the State Department and the National Space Council to come up with the guidelines.

Chris
Chris
porcus
porcus 3 months

Pretty much the only thing that should be agreed to is no advertisements from the moon aimed at earth residents - no floating ads, no giant ads on the surface, etc. I am not aware of any "heritage sites" on the moon, given that the vast bulk of humanity has never been there. Mine away.

Seekster
Seekster 4 months

Excellent now let's get back there.

David Webb
David Webb 3 months

Have to get past 400 miles first.

IvoryDove
IvoryDove 3 months

I'm guessing "The right to keep and bear arms" won't be in their list of rules on the moon.

Seekster
Seekster 3 months

Sounds fantastic. Now if Boeing can deliver the SLS on time we should be on track to put boots on the Moon again in 2024.

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