It looks like Russia is thumbing its nose at international cooperation on the Moon. They’ve refused to sign the Artemis Accords, which are a set of rules governing Lunar exploration. NASA and seven other countries have signed on already, with more to come.
NASA just released a series of principles designed to foster exploration and cooperation in lunar exploration, called the Artemis Accords.
China and Russia have released a Guide that details their plans for a lunar base that will rival NASA’s, and they are looking for countries to join them!
After a year of consultation, interviews, and intensive review, the Space Generation Advisory Council’s EAGLE team has released a document on how humanity can live cooperatively and peacefully on the Moon – the Lunar Governance Report!
NASA and the Canadian Space Agency have announced that a Canadian astronaut will fly as part of the Artemis II mission.
A new study led by the Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics explains how the Moon may not have enough resources to support everything we plan to build up there.
The Space Court Foundation hopes to play a pivotal role in the evolving domain of space law, which is going to become very important in the coming years!