Since China’s lunar program formally received approval in 2004, CNSA – its space agency – successfully launched the Chang’e 1 to Chang’e 5 missions in just over a decade. The country recently outlined the next phase of its lunar program while also expanding its Wenchang spaceport to put astronauts on the Moon by 2030. China’s.
With international cooperation for lunar missions on the rise, including India becoming the 27th signatory of the Artemis accords, the lunar market has witnessed substantial growth in recent years. Programs like Artemis, Commercial Lunar Payload Services (CLPS), and Human Landing System (HLS) have paved the way for increased involvement of commercial players, propelling the market’s.
Recently, NASA announced the 24th signatory of the Artemis Accords, and opened a new office to review and direct exploration activities coordinated with the future of Artemis roadmap. This growing interest presents a one-of-a-kind business opportunity for commercial companies to offer their products as a service to governments and agencies, and sparked a new collaborative.