The Indian Space Research Organisation chief AS Kiran Kumar on Friday said that India and Japan are working towards a joint moon mission, which will take place soon. The two countries are also having discussions on making use of their space technologies for providing inputs on weather monitoring, and also look to generate inputs together for climate change studies.
“The relationship between India and Japan in terms of the space agencies has had a visible change. We are working together for possible future cooperative missions,” the ISRO chief said.
President of Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) Naoki Okumura said: “India and Japan have been having collaborations in the space sector, which helps us share our knowledge and technologies.”
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