1. The Moon and its natural resources are the common heritage of humanity which finds expression in the provisions of this agreement, notably in paragraph 5 of this article. The seven partners who approved the agreements with the United States are natural collaborators of the Artemis program and will easily adhere to the stated principles. Japan is very keen to participate in the exploration of the Moon. Luxembourg has adopted specific legislation to allow space exploration and has also signed an additional cooperation agreement with the United States. 2. When a State party knows that another State party intends to operate simultaneously on the same territory or in the same orbit around or around the Moon, it immediately informs the other State of the date and plans of its own operations. (d) an equitable distribution of the benefits of these resources by all States Parties, paying particular attention to the interests and needs of developing countries, as well as to the efforts of countries that have contributed directly or indirectly to the study of the Moon. Reaffirming the importance of international cooperation in the field of exploration and peaceful uses of outer space, including the Moon and other celestial bodies, and the promotion of the rule of law in this area of human action, All States Parties have the freedom to scientifically investigate the Moon, without discrimination of any kind, on the basis of equality and in accordance with international law. (4) The construction of military bases, installations and fortifications, the testing of any form of weapons and the behaviour of the military on the Moon are prohibited. The deployment of military personnel for scientific or other peaceful purposes is not prohibited.

The use of equipment or equipment necessary for the peaceful search and use of the Moon is also not prohibited. knowledge of the achievements of states in the research and use of the Moon and other celestial bodies, 1. The Moon is used by all States Parties exclusively for peaceful purposes. 3. States Parties may not place objects carrying nuclear weapons or other types of weapons of mass destruction in or around the Moon, or use them on the Moon, or use them. 1. States Parties may install manned and unmanned stations on the Moon. A State Party to the construction of a station may only use the territory necessary for the station`s needs and informs the Secretary-General of the United Nations without delay of the location and purposes of that station.