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UN To Launch Space Mission For Nations That Can’t Afford Programs

The UN is helping developing countries reach for the stars. The United Nations Office for Outer Space Affairs announced last week that it will launch its first-ever space mission in 2021. The aim is to pack a ship with experiments from nations that can’t afford their own space programs. The idea is to enlist minds all over the world to help solve critical global problems.
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