Europe does longer to ISS

Europe does longer to ISS

World December 2, 2016 14:27

lucerne - Europe has its participation in the International Space Station for four years until 2024. In that decision a price tag of about 960 million euros.

The European Space Agency said Friday in Lucerne decided to extend. Russia and the United States, which lay down the most money for ISS, European countries were already here. The space station was launched in 1998. It runs at an altitude of 400 kilometers orbits. The aim is to gain experience with space stations.

ESA also decided on the second phase of the ExoMars Mission. This billion-dollar mission conducts an exploration of the planet Mars from.

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