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Artemis Accords Signed By Saudi Arabia, Affirming Commitment to Safe Space Exploration

In order to realise its historic and audacious ambition for human space exploration, Artemis relies on a large and diverse multinational coalition.

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Since January 2022, seven countries have signed the Artemis Accords; Mohammed Saud al-Tamimi signed them for Saudi Arabia, making it the seventh country to do so.

Artemis Accords Signed By Saudi Arabia, Affirming Commitment to Safe Space Exploration

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The US warmly embraced Saudi Arabia’s signature of the Artemis Accords, which underlined Riyadh’s dedication to ethical, sustainable, and secure space exploration.

Mohammed Saud al-Tamimi, CEO of the Saudi Space Commission, signed the Accords on behalf of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.

The Artemis Accords’ guiding principles, which are based on the Outer Space Treaty of 1967, advance the NASAled Artemis programme, which will send the first woman and the first person of colour to the moon and pave the way for a human journey to Mars, according to a press release from the State Department.

Artemis relies on a vast and varied multinational coalition in order to realise its historic and bold vision for human space exploration. By registering space objects, mediating conflicts between activities, disseminating scientific knowledge, and providing emergency assistance, state actors that have ratified the Accords encourage moral behaviour in space.

It was said that signatories would cooperate to reduce uncertainty and increase the safety of space operations in order to advance the sustainable use of space for the benefit of all humankind.

The other 20 nations that have ratified the Accords are the United Arab Emirates, Australia, Bahrain, Brazil, Canada, Colombia, France, Israel, Italy, Japan, the Republic of Korea, Luxembourg, Mexico, New Zealand, Poland, Romania, Singapore, Ukraine, the United Kingdom, and the United States.

The 21st is the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. Since the Artemis Accords were first signed in January 2022, Saudi Arabia is the fourth nation in the Middle East to have ratified them.

For the unmanned Artemis I mission, NASA had suggested a variety of launch windows, from July to December 2022.

The Space Launch System (SLS) rocket launch and the launch of the Orion spacecraft have revised timelines that encompass six brief tenures and 73 possibilities within the alignment of the Earth and Moon.

 

 

 

 

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