Space wars? NASA and China are eyeing some of the SAME landing sites near the moon’s south pole as the rivals may compete for limited lunar resources in coming years


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China and America have identified overlapping locations for landing sites near the moon's south pole NASA announced 13 sites earlier this month and a Chinese journal article mentions sites near Shackleton, Haworth and NobileThe south pole sites are prized for their higher elevation, good lighting and proximity to shadowed craters that may trap water-iceThe Wolf Amendment prevents NASA from using funds to engage in bilateral cooperation with China in space without approval from Congress and the FBI China and the United States have identified overlapping possible landing sites at the moon’s south pole as the rivals could end up competing...