Xinhua News Agency, Moscow, November 15th: Spacecraft manufacturer Energia Rocket and Space Company said on the 15th that Russia plans to send astronauts to the moon between 2031 and 2040, which will be the first time in the country’s history.
According to TASS news agency reported on the 15th, according to the draft lunar exploration roadmap proposed by Vladimir Solovyov, the chief designer of the Russian Energia Rocket and Space Company, Russia is planning to implement a manned lunar landing mission. This will be the first time for Russian astronauts to land on the moon. Landing on the moon.
Citing the draft road map, TASS reported that Russia plans to send astronauts to the moon between 2031 and 2040 and build a lunar base between 2041 and 2050. The road map emphasizes strengthening Russia’s “predominant position” on the moon.
In August this year, Russia’s Luna-25 probe deviated from its planned orbit, crashed into the lunar surface and lost contact. Roscosmos President Yuri Borisov called for learning from the failed Luna-25 probe mission and continuing the lunar exploration program.