International Lunar Agreement Signed at ARC

NASA Hosts International Meeting for Lunar Science Discussions, NASA SMD

"NASA hosted a meeting of space agencies from nine countries last week to discuss the next steps in the ongoing scientific exploration of the moon. The meeting laid the groundwork for a new generation of lunar science. Discussions, led by NASA Headquarters officials, were held at NASA's Lunar Science Institute, located at the Ames Research Center at Moffett Field, Calif."

Editor's note: This meeting was held last week. Why did SMD PAO wait so long (last night) to tell people about this? There were domestic and foreign news stories out at the end of last week - its not like this was a secret.

India signs agreement with US to carry out lunar exploration, Economic Times

The moon beckons again - for U.S., 8 other nations, SJ Mercury News

Bay Area Lab to Play Large Part in Future Moon Visits, KCBS

"The U.S. and eight other nations signed a landmark agreement at NASA's Ames Research Center in Mountain View this week that scientists hope will lay the groundwork for a new generation of lunar exploration."

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