New Zealand’s space program has attracted the interest of many international space enthusiasts and tourists.
But not everyone is convinced.
The Lad Bible published a commentary on Sunday that said New Zealand has not yet gone “space cowboy”.
“They haven’t launched the first satellites, they’ve only gone around the world, and they haven’t really gone anywhere.
I think we’re all going to the Moon,” New Zealander Tim Fergus told the newspaper.
“I think they’ll go the moon eventually.
New Zealand has launched its first spacecraft, a space probe called New Zealand. “
The Moon is the place to go, and we need to go there and explore it.”
New Zealand has launched its first spacecraft, a space probe called New Zealand.
Fergus said he believed New Zealand was a space country, and hoped it would eventually be the first to go into space.
He said he had heard about other space-faring countries, and wanted to see what they had to offer.
“I thought New Zealand could be a really good place to explore the moon,” he said.
“I’ve never heard of any other country that’s going to do that.
He said there was an element of being a space cowboy that drew him to New Zealand, but he did not think he was the only one.
New Zealand had been selected for a 2020 space mission, the first in the Pacific Ocean.
New Zealanders were asked to nominate a country they would like to visit.
In the end, there were no new entrants to the race, although New Zealand will take part in the next round in 2020.