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Send Bajwa to space as he’s neutral and won’t react to any extra terrestrial anomalies. Aliens too can learn a thing or two about Sazish and Mudakhlat in case they want to interfere in earth affairs.
Send munir and Nadeem as well ..
Year space company founded:

1958 - NASA 🇺🇲
1961 - CNES 🇫🇷
1961 - SUPARCO 🇵🇰
1969 - ISRO 🇮🇳
1969 - German Aerospace Center 🇩🇪
1975 - European Space Agency 🇪🇺
1983 - Israeli Space Agency 🇮🇱
1992 - Roscosmos 🇷🇺
1993 - CNSA 🇨🇳
1994 - Brazilian Space Agency 🇧🇷
1998 - Italian Space Agency 🇮🇹
2000 - Blue Origin 🇺🇲
2002 - SpaceX 🇺🇲
2003 - JAXA 🇯🇵
2004 - Iranian Space Agency 🇮🇷
2010 - UKSA 🇬🇧
2013 - NADA 🇰🇵
2014 - UAESA 🇦🇪
2018 - Australian Space Agency 🇦🇺
2018 - Turkish Space Agency 🇹🇷
2021 - EUSPA 🇪🇺
Government expenditure on space programs, 2022:

🇺🇲USA: $61.97 billion
🇨🇳China: $11.94b
🇯🇵Japan: $4.90b
🇫🇷France: $4.20b
🇷🇺Russia: $3.42b
🇩🇪Germany: $2.53b
🇮🇳India: $1.93b
🇮🇹Italy: $1.74b
🇬🇧UK: $1.15b
🇰🇷South Korea: $0.72b
🇨🇦Canada: $0.54b
🇦🇺Australia: $0.43b
🇪🇸Spain: $0.42b
🇹🇷Turkey: $0.29b
🇦🇷Argentina: $0.28b
🇸🇦Saudi Arabia: $0.25b
🇦🇪UAE: $0.19b
🇳🇴Norway: $0.17b
🇮🇩Indonesia: $0.16b
🇵🇱Poland: $0.13b
🇸🇪Sweden: $0.13b
🇮🇱Israel: $0.13b
🇳🇬Nigeria: $0.1b
🇵🇰Pakistan: $0.06b
🇧🇷Brazil: $0.046b
🇲🇽Mexico: $0.015b
🇪🇺European Union: $2.6b
This is according to SUPARCO, ...

Pakistan and Belarus Join China for Lunar Base Construction.

In a leap towards lunar exploration, Pakistan and Belarus have officially joined the International Lunar Research Station (ILRS) project led by China. There are now seven nations in the ILRS coalition, according to news China, Russia, Belarus, Pakistan, Azerbaijan, Venezuela and South Africa are onboard for this project.

This ambitious venture is set to materialize in the 2030s, with these seven nations now part of the collaborative coalition.

China’s Chang’e 6 headed for moon to carry payload from Pakistan​

Fatima javed | Gwadar Pro
Apr 30, 2024

BEIJING, Apr.30, (Gwadar Pro)-China is poised to launch a robotic spacecraft, Chang’e 6, in the coming days for a groundbreaking mission to the far side of the moon. This mission will not only mark a significant step in lunar exploration but also highlight the collaborative efforts of multiple nations in advancing scientific knowledge.

The Chang’e 6 mission will carry payloads, including satellites, from France, Italy, Sweden, and Pakistan, underscoring the international cooperation in lunar exploration. It is the first of three ambitious missions planned by China, aimed at laying the groundwork for future crewed landings and the establishment of a lunar base, particularly at the moon's south pole.

In 2020, China achieved a historic milestone by successfully retrieving samples from the moon's near side, demonstrating its capability to safely bring back an uncrewed spacecraft from the lunar surface after more than four decades. Now, with the upcoming Chang’e 6 mission, China seeks to explore the untouched terrain of the moon's far side.

The mission faces unique challenges, as the far side of the moon lacks direct communication with Earth. Chang’e 6 will rely on a newly deployed relay satellite orbiting the moon to facilitate communication during its 53-day mission, which includes the unprecedented task of ascending from the moon's hidden side on its journey back to Earth.

The significance of Chang’e 6 extends beyond technological prowess. By collecting samples from the moon's far side, scientists hope to gain valuable insights into the early evolution of the moon and the inner solar system. Unlike the near side, the far side has experienced minimal volcanic activity, preserving materials crucial for understanding the moon's formation.

Until now, lunar samples obtained by the United States, the former Soviet Union, and China were predominantly from the moon's near side, characterized by extensive volcanic activity. Chang’e 6 aims to broaden our understanding by retrieving approximately 2 kilograms (4.4 pounds) of samples using a mechanical scoop and drill upon a successful landing.

With the Chang’e 6 mission on the horizon, anticipation mounts for the scientific discoveries that await, further enriching our understanding of the moon's history and the mysteries of the cosmos.
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