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    Default Japanese Space Exploration: Bridgestone Joins ... Moon Mission



    Could get crowded.

    Bridgestone Corporation has announced that it will take part in an international space exploration mission together with the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) and Toyota Motor Corporation.
    Full story - https://spacewatch.global/2019/04/ja...-moon-mission/
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    Default Re: Japanese Space Exploration: Bridgestone Joins ... Moon Mission

    Oh good. Can't wait until NASCAR throws their hat in the ring. The Copernicus 600...Tycho Cup Series...
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    Default Re: Japanese Space Exploration: Bridgestone Joins ... Moon Mission

    Nice to see all the interest in Lunar exploration! A little competition is good

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    Default Re: Japanese Space Exploration: Bridgestone Joins ... Moon Mission

    Lunar tires?
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