Turkey’s, Japan’s space firms ink collaboration agreement
(MENAFN) The Turkish Space Agency (TUA) and Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) reached a collaboration contract.
The deal was inked for collaboration over nonviolent aims by the leaders of both firms in the current International Astronautical Congress in Dubai, a media announcement by the TUA said.
The contract intends to improve collaboration amid the TUA and JAXA in space technologies, space science and search, as well as satellite launching research.
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