I2U2 Group of India, Israel, UAE & US announces joint space venture
- The I2U2 group comprising India, Israel, the United Arab Emirates (UAE), and the United States has unveiled an ambitious joint space venture. This collaborative initiative aims to create a groundbreaking space-based tool with wide-ranging applications for policymakers, institutions, and entrepreneurs. The announcement follows India’s recent successful lunar mission, marking a significant milestone for the quartet’s space exploration efforts.
- India, Israel, UAE, and the United States, all signatories of the Artemis Accords—a pivotal international agreement in space exploration—jointly announced this groundbreaking initiative during the United Nations General Assembly in New York.
- The core of this project revolves around harnessing the space-based observation data and capabilities possessed by the four I2U2 partner nations.
- The objective is to leverage this data to create a distinctive tool with applications spanning multiple domains.
Published date : 23 Sep 2023 07:45PM