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The implementation of the lunar exploration programme Moon-Globe is going according to plan
The implementation of the lunar exploration programme Moon-Globe is going according to plan, Russian Federal Space Agency Director Anatoly Perminov told reporters on Wednesday before returning to Moscow on Wednesday. “As for the landing of man on the moon, it is envisaged within the framework of the development of the programme for the years to 2040. Work on it is planned after the year 2007,” Perminov said. He also commented the prospects for sending a crew to Mars. “Such work is in our plans, but will shall handle it after 2030”. During his stay in South Korea, Perminov visited the space centre Naro that is being built on the southern tip of the Korean Peninsula, where he met Deputy Prime Minister, Science and Technology Minister Kim Wu Sik. They discussed a project of the South Korean space launch system. The first launch of the South Korean rocket KSLV-1 is scheduled for 2008. Moscow’s Khrunichev Space Centre handles the organisation of the programme. “Owing to this, Russia will get new possibilities for developing the cooperation in the field of an element base for space instrument making,” Perminov said.
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