Roskosmos CEO Yuri Borisov expressed interest in continuing the lunar mission to the South Pole of the Moon in 2025-2026. He discussed this with the developers of the Luna-25 station at a meeting in NPO Lavochkina. This mission has faced some difficulties, but Borisov stressed that this should not stop efforts to explore the moon.

Borisov stressed that the Luna 25 event should not be seen as a disaster, but as an opportunity to learn and advance in the lunar program. He stressed that Russian scientists and engineers are still passionate about the idea of ​​discovering the moon.

Restarting the mission to the Moon’s South Pole could be one of the options for developing the lunar program, and Roscosmos will consider this possibility in the coming years.

Source: Ferra

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