The European Space Agency (ISA) says it is studying the Moon's probability of 2025 missions, which will use robotic mining equipment to remove rocket fuel from the ancient orange moon regulating the moon's surface.
"The use of space resources can be a key to sustainable research, and this study is part of the ESA's comprehensive plan to partner Europe in global research in the next decade," said David Parker, director of Human and Robotic Exploration in EAS, a press release.
A European Aerospace company is planning to work with Arian Group, which says its Arian 64 launch vehicle can lift the Moon for the mission. ESA and the Arian Group now have a deal to explore potential missions.
"The first agreement – a symbolic declaration made on the moon's eclipse – is a landmark for the Aryan Group, which has long been working on technical proposals for space logistics services," Array Group CEO Andrew-Hubert Russell said in the press release. "With a payload capacity of up to 8.5 metric tons, its organizational customers also have the opportunity to memorize the potential of Arian 64 to run a moon mission."
Although the press release does not specify, it is likely that the fuel that is fueled by ESA fuel will be Helium-3, which can be in the Moon Regolith – and which China can scout with its current Moon mission.
The New Testament includes only the first year of discovering the possibility of Moon Mission. But if the mission was successful, then the payment could be extreme. If the rocket fuels the ESA from the regulith, according to the press release, it can use the fuel to maintain a human presence on the moon – and can use the moon as a gateway for "more remote missions".
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