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NASA: The United States will support the runtime of international space stations to 2030

via:澎湃新闻     time:2022/1/1 17:01:37     readed:86

NASA (NASA)On December 31, 2021, the official website was issued in the official website, and the Joe Biden government promised to support the operation of the International Space Station for 6 years and 2030.

According to the Guardian report, Bill Nelson, Director of NASA, announced that the government promised to support the operation of the International Space Station to 2030, and will continue to work with the European Aerospace (ESA), Japan Developing agencies, Canadian Space Administration (CSA) and Russian Federation Space Administration (Roscosmos) to continue to continue in the remaining time of the 1920s in the remaining time of the 1920s.

Nelson said,NASA is pleased to the above decisions of the Biden governmentThe United States continues to participate in the International Space Station will enhance their own innovation and competitiveness, and promote the necessary research and technology, which also paveled the first batch of human beings.

The International Space Station was built in 1998, and it is always a family of space exploration personnel in 21 years. As a micro-gravity laboratory, the space station has received more than 4,200 researchers around the world and supports more than 3,000 research surveys. Nearly 110 countries and regions participated in the activities of the space station.

It is reported that the United States originally plans to run international space stations to 2024. Although many countries such as the United States allow the space station to continue to operate, it is not clear whether the facility will continue so long. Previously, the international space station had already leaked a malfunction.

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