From a long time, NASA’s mission is to return humans to the surface of the moon by 2024 under the Artemis program. For this reason, the space agency has laid certain principles and guidelines for the responsible space exploration that help in guiding all its international partners.
Grounded in the Outer Space Treaty of 1967, the program has decided to develop a transparent and safe environment that facilitates the exploration, science, and commercial activities for all humanity to enjoy.
NASA said that while it is on its way leading the Artemis program, the international partnerships will be playing the major role in achieving the robust and sustainable presence on the lunatic surface while preparing to conduct a historic human mission to Mars.
Additionally, the agency reported that the international cooperation of the Artemis program is not only intended to bolster the exploration of space but also to enhance the calm and peaceful relations among the nations.
NASA also extended that the Artemis program works in the notion that it is expecting the uphold transparency to the public in describing their own policies and thereby plan them in a transparent manner. It the responsibility of the civil space programmer to provide emergency assistance to the needy.
The partners are requested to release their scientific data publicly to make sure that the world can be benefited from the Artemis journey of exploration and discovery.