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Japan mulls delaying launch of Mars moon probe from 2024 to 2026

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Then to 2027, 2030 and so on...

Leave it for Americans

Keep deliring..

Japan will do it in its time or China..

Like it or not..

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Space exploration has no nationality. I would be happy for any country to achieve this.

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well another boring story....who cares?it may be even in 2100...

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How many people in Japan really cares about space exploration ?

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Japan needs to spend its rocket engineers to North Korea for training…

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…to send

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good work, keep it up! Japan already retrieved asteroid samples from Hayabusa. many people cant do it and felt like eating lemon and sour in their mouth...never mind, keep trying for another hundred years, i believe at that time you can achieve the same technology like what Japan had now

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Once this is finally achieved, then looking forward to a person landing on the moon.

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Bummer, JAXA should have called up SpaceX earlier to reserve a Falcon Heavy.

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LagunaDec. 4  09:09 am JST

Space exploration has no nationality. I would be happy for any country to achieve this.

You go when the opportunity is best. And there is no true 'race' for space exploration, it benefits all of mankind regardless of nationality. After all, Yuri Gagarin has a holiday that's celebrated even in Western Europe simply because he was the first person to go to space and return alive. Even if he was from the U.S.S.R.

MarkDec. 4  08:05 pm JST

good work, keep it up! Japan already retrieved asteroid samples from Hayabusa. many people cant do it and felt like eating lemon and sour in their mouth...never mind, keep trying for another hundred years, i believe at that time you can achieve the same technology like what Japan had now

And JAXA will accomplish more. NASA and Rossiya have accomplished a lot of 'firsts' and so have the ESA. And yes China too. But we all benefit and gain from it. Our solar system is very vast and the universe is infinite.

We've only just started.

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