. An independently operated excavator, such as the one used in the JAXA test, can ever help build a moon base. , excavation, installation of the module, and then protect it from lunar dust (regolith) to protect people from radiation and possible meteoroids, JAXA officials said. Meteoroids are cereals or larger spatial breeds that go through space at high speeds. If the meteoroids fall into the structure, for example, the space station or the base of the Moon, there is the risk of oxygen inside the structure suddenly flowing into space.
This is not the only futuristic lunar project in Japan. In mid-March, JAXA announced it, and a Toyota car maker created a rover for the transportation of people, which could run until 2029. Sky News as well as his partner from the International Space Station, the United States, has similar ambitions.
At the end of last month, US vice president Mike Pence instructed NASA to land astronauts on the moon by the end of 2024. At about the same time, the ISS can be dismissed from the civil service. NASA is also developing a Lunar Gateway space station for operations in 2020. In March, Canada became the first partner of the space station, which committed itself to join the gateway; he will build an autonomous robotic hand Canadarm3 . The actual date is July 20, 1969, when the astronauts of Apollo 11 Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin spent about 2 hours on foot to study the Sea of Peace Moon. . Follow us on on Twitter @Spacedotcom and on Facebook .