Japan revises aerospace development plan, plans to expand the scale of the aerospace industry several times

Zhongxin.com, June 30, according to Japan’s Oriental Daily News, on the 30th local time, the Japanese government established a new "universal basic plan" related to the development direction of the Japanese space industry in the next 10 years. With the goal of lunar exploration and industrial cultivation in Japan, it is planned to expand the aerospace industry several times. This is Japan's revision of the plan again after 5 years.

Information: American astronaut Christopher Cassidy (left) and Robert Benken are preparing for a space suit.

According to reports, according to the new "Basic Space Plan", Japan will change the government-led aerospace industry in the past and relax the restrictions on the participation of private enterprises. In the next 10 years, the market size of the Japanese aerospace industry will be reduced from The current approximately 1.2 trillion yen has expanded several times.

In terms of lunar exploration, in addition to participating in the US lunar landing program in 2024, it will also promote the exploration of the lunar north and south polar water resources. At the same time, technology development for missile monitoring satellites will be strengthened.

Source: 中国新闻网

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