Japan is ready to build a living module for astronauts in a new space station that will orbit the moon.
The US space agency NASA, the Japan Space Research Agency, or JAXA, the European Space Agency or ESA, and others plan to build a space station, called Portal, by 2026.
On Monday, NASA presented the task given to each participating country in connection with the construction of the space station, which has 10 major components.
JAXA and ESA will build an international living standard. JAXA will also work with NASA to develop cargo modules for oil delivery to the lunar guard.
The NASA draft budget for fiscal 2020 has allocated around $ 360 million to develop new spacecraft and missiles.