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South Korea's Moon seeks Kim Jong-un visit to Seoul
South Korean President Moon Jae-in on Tuesday called for better relations with the North, so leader Kim Jong-un can visit Seoul, despite Pyongyang's abandonment of its nuclear and missile test moratoriums.
Moon voices concern over stalled North Korea-US talks
In a meeting with his Chinese counterpart, South Korean President Moon Jae-in expressed concern over stalled denuclearization talks on the Korean Peninsula as well as a recent flare-up of tensions between the US and North Korea.
China's lunar rover Jade Rabbit-2 breaks record of working time on Moon
China's Jade Rabbit-2, or Yutu-2, became the longest-working lunar rover on the Moon, as it started to work for the 13th lunar day on the far side of the Moon.
Saturn moon Titan shaped by same forces as Earth
The largest of Saturn's many moons has lakes, mountains and dunes, with its surface scarred and crafted by many of the same forces which have shaped Earth, scientists say.
NASA eyeing inflatable space lodges for moon, Mars and beyond
When astronauts orbit the moon or live on its surface in the decade ahead, they will probably be doing so inside inflatable space lodges now in development. Dozens of NASA officials and veteran astronauts are wrapping up a review of five space habitat mockups built by different companies. The mockups offer the US space agency ideas for an ideal Gateway - the planned research outpost in lunar orbit that will house and transfer astronauts to the surface of the moon.
Tiny walking rover bound for Moon
A lunar rover which will explore the Moon on foot in 2021 was unveiled in London.
Elon Musk unveils new SpaceX rocket for trips to Moon, Mars
Elon Musk said his new spaceship could make space travel as common as flying — and hopes to create a city on the Moon and Mars.
India loses communication with unmanned Moon lander
India's space agency said it lost touch Saturday with its Vikram lunar lander as it made its final approach to the south pole of the Moon to deploy a rover to search for signs of water.
China's lunar rover finds 'gel-like' substance on far side of Moon
Chinese lunar rover Yutu-2 has rolled over a strange mystery on the far side of the Moon. At the bottom of a small, recent impact crater, the rover found a shiny unknown substance the Chinese space agency described as a "gel with a mysterious luster."
Plans detailed for first US mission to land on Moon since Apollo
The first American spacecraft expected to land on the Moon in nearly 50 years will be an unmanned robotic lander built by closely held Astrobotic Technology Inc. and launched in two years by United Launch Alliance’s (ULA) Vulcan rocket, the companies told Reuters.
Moon 100 million years older than previously thought: Study
Fifty years after the first landing on the Moon, scientists have combined new geochemical information to determine the Moon's age using samples from different Apollo missions.
First autograph manuscript written on the Moon fetches $225,000
On the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 lunar landing, Sotheby’s auction dedicated to Space Exploration totaled $5.5 million in New York, surpassing its high estimate by $1 million and with an exceptional 93 percent of all lots sold. The sale featured a wide variety of material from the Mercury, Gemini, and Apollo missions, including direct consignments from astronauts, an impressive collection of flown mission artifacts and hardware, the finest single-owner collection of flown Robbins medallions, early contractor’s models, spacesuits, maps, charts and more.
India launches spacecraft to explore water deposits on Moon
India sent a spacecraft to explore water deposits on the far side of the Moon in a successful launch after a technical problem caused a week’s delay.
Scientists look for answers to Earth's beginning under moonscape
As countries and companies rush to build infrastructure on the Moon, some researchers are planning to dig under its rocky soil to unlock mysteries about Earth that have eluded scientists since astronauts first stepped foot on its surface a half century ago.
Robots to install telescopes to peer into cosmos from moon
As the United States races to put humans back on the moon for the first time in 50 years, a NASA-funded lab in Colorado aims to send robots there to deploy telescopes that will look far into our galaxy, remotely operated by orbiting astronauts.

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