Space Agencies Plan To Construct Permanent Base On The Moon

If Moon had Life and it could talk, I’m sure, it would definitely say, “Leave me alone you crazy people!” If I were a moon, at least I would have said that (Leave me alone you crazy people!) Why? Since the moon is Mysterious to us, people always want to discover something new in the moon. But, it’s not so easy. And that’s why, Space Agencies want to construct a permanent base on the moon.

Start your journey from earth in a Rocket to explore the moon, before landing orbit the moon, then land on the moon safely without any damage (if you want to come back to earth), roaming around on the moon to search or explore something and then come back to earth with those things (information or stuff). All those things are so lengthy process and especially depends on Probability. That’s why, Russian Space Agency Roscosmos wants to construct a permanent base on the moon.

To materialize this Idea (in other words, you can say it Dream), Roscosmos is under negotiation with NASA and European Space Agency.

“We don’t want the man to just step on the Moon,” Popovkin said in an interview with Vesti FM radio station on Thursday. He also said, “Today, we know enough about it, we know that there is water in its polar areas. We are now discussing how to begin (the moon’s) exploration with NASA and the European Space Agency”

To create a permanent base on the moon, Popovkin suggested two possible options. “either to set up a base on the Moon or to launch a station to orbit around it.” Goes without saying that, it will take long time if materialized. According to the chief of Roscosmos, this so called ‘prospective manned transportation system’ which they want to send, is now being developed.

Well, Moon has got plenty of time to live in his own world without any disturbance because many other technologies must be enabled prior to materialize such crazy ideas. What do you say, guys?

Source : Mashable Tech
Image Credit : NASA



Anatol Rahman is the Editor at TheTechJournal. He loves complicated machineries, and crazy about robot and space. He likes cycling. Before joining TheTechJournal team, he worked in the telemarketing industry. You can catch him on Google+.

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