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European Space Agency to stop working with Russia on three lunar missions

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European Space Agency will discontinue cooperation on Russia's moon missions. The move is part of ESA's effort to disentangle itself from a web of partnerships with Russia. The agency has requested that its Pilot D landing camera be taken off the Luna 25 mission. ESA also discussed the future of its Vega rocket, which relies on Ukraine-built engines.
6 months ago·Paris, France

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The European Space Agency announced it will stop working with Russia on moon missions

The agency cited the Russian aggression in Ukraine as the reason to halt operations on moon missions.

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