NASA is teaming up with Russia to build new space station

March 28, 2015: According to RussiaToday and state agency TASS reports, Russia is reportedly teaming up with USA to build ISS 2.0 one's the current funding runs out in 2024.

                           

During a news conference on sunday, Roscosmos chief Igor Kamarov said: "We have agreed that Roscosmos and NASA will be working together on the program of the future space station."

The talks were held at Baikonur cosmodrome in Kazakhstan. The Russian and US space agencies will use their respective resources to contribute to this program. The next goal for the two agencies is a joint mission for mars, said NASA chief Charles Bolden.

Bolden further adds, "Our area of cooperation will be Mars. We are discussing how best to use the resources, the finance, we are setting time frames and distributing efforts in order to avoid duplication."

Source: RT.com, Image by NASA
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