The US space agency (NASA) has said it will help technology company Nokia to install 4G cellular towers on the moon.
According to a foreign news agency, the US space agency (NASA) is trying to improve communication between the astronauts, which is why they decided to help Nokia in this work.
The US space agency NASA has said it will provide 14 million to technology company Nokia to install 4G cellular towers.
Nokia’s Associate Administrator James Reuter said: “With NASA funding, we will consider how to modify ground technology and improve the communications system, taking into account the lunar environment.
The deal is part of NASA’s new Artemis project, in which NASA is providing a total of 370 million dollars in funding to various companies, with the bulk going to companies such as SpaceX and the United Launch Alliance.