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NASA spoke about the need to establish American standards of behavior on the moon

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NASA spoke about the need to establish American standards of behavior on the moon

Charles Pete Conrad

NASA chief Jim Bridenstein spoke about the need to establish norms of behavior on the Moon that are in line with American values. RIA Novosti reports his words during the broadcast at the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS).

“When I say American values, I’m not talking about something that is unique only to America, it’s something that is important to all of us – openness in science,” Bridenstein explained. According to him, it is these norms that will help successful international cooperation on the moon.

As an example, the head of NASA cited the norms of interaction in the Arctic. He stressed that the United States did not want to use this region for military purposes. “We used science to create norms of behavior to prevent this from happening,” Bridenstein concluded.

In May, NASA presented the Artemis Accords, which sets out the international rules for the development of the Moon and the extraction of minerals on its territory. For example, according to ten new principles specified in the agreement, the concept of “safe zones” around future lunar bases is now being introduced. In addition, NASA offers a public exchange of scientific data obtained, as well as registration of spacecraft on the Moon.

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