On the 28th of local time, South Korean President Yoon Seok-yeol announced the “Roadmap for Future Space Economy” and said that he will establish the “Space Aviation Agency” to build Korea’s own space agency.
He also said that he will establish the “Space and Aviation Agency” and create Korea’s own space agency.
According to the “Future Space Economy Roadmap”, South Korea plans to successfully land on the moon by 2032 and independently land on Mars by 2045.
Yoon Seok-yeol promised to leave the resources of the moon and the home of Mars to future generations.
He also proposed to independently develop a launch vehicle engine that can fly to the moon within 5 years, and to land on the moon successfully and exploit the lunar resources by 2032.
According to KBS, the South Korean government will build a “Korean version of NASA” to achieve the goal.
The “Space and Aviation Agency” will be established under the Ministry of Science, Technology, Information and Communication.
The president himself will be the chairman of the National Space Commission. (China News Network)