NASA announces eight-nation space coalition under ‘Artemis Accords’

While NASA is leading the Artemis program, it has emphasized the need for international partnerships in building up a sustainabl
While NASA is leading the Artemis program, it has emphasized the need for international partnerships in building up a sustainable presence on the Moon, something the agency views as key for building up its expertise ahead of a human mission to Mars

NASA announced on Tuesday that eight countries have signed an international agreement called the Artemis Accords that outlines the principles of future exploration of the Moon and beyond.


The treaty paves the way for its founding members—Australia, Canada, Italy, Japan, Luxembourg, United Arab Emirates, Britain and the United States—to participate in NASA’s Artemis program, which aims to return humans to Earth’s nearest neighbor by 2024.

“Artemis will be the broadest and most diverse international human space exploration program in history, and the Artemis Accords are the vehicle that will establish this singular global coalition,” said NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine.

“With today’s signing, we are uniting with our partners

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