Space & Astronomy
Japan plans robotic moon base by 2020
By T.K. Randall
May 29, 2010 · 14 comments
Image Credit: JAXA
Japan's space agency has unveiled plans to put a base on the moon by 2020 built and populated by robots.
The $2 billion project will be solar powered and surveys of the lunar surface will begin in 2015.
These ARE the droids we've been looking for. The Japanese space agency, JAXA, has plans to build a base on the Moon by 2020. Not for humans, but for robots, and built by robots, too.
Source: Universe Today
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