NASA and Korea Sign Agreement on Space

NASA And Korea Sign Statement Of Intent For Future Cooperation

"During a meeting Thursday at the Ministry of Education, Science and Technology (MEST) in Seoul, Korea, NASA's Assistant Administrator for External Relations, Michael F. O'Brien, and MEST's Director-General for Big Science, Munki Lee, signed a joint statement of intent identifying potential interest in cooperation in civil space and aeronautics activities."

Korea Taps NASA on Space Program, Korea Times

"Government officials have secured a commitment from NASA (National Aeronautics and Space Administration) to help the country's ambitions for a presence in space technology and to become more involved in international space research projects. The agreement signed between Korea's Ministry of Education, Science and Technology and NASA, Friday, calls for expanding exchange in technological advancements and further cooperation on a wide range of projects such as lunar exploration and manned space flights, the ministry said."

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