India has joined the Artemis Accords, a multinational agreement for space exploration, during Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s state visit to the United States. The Artemis Accords, which began in 2020, now have 27 countries committed to peaceful, sustainable, and transparent cooperation in space exploration. Although non-binding, the accords reinforce the 1967 Outer Space Treaty and include principles on registering space objects, conducting space activities with transparency, and committing to safe orbital debris disposal. Modi said in a joint press conference with President Biden that “even the sky is not the limit” for India and America’s partnership. NASA and the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) have also agreed to develop a strategic framework for human spaceflight cooperation by the end of this year, with a joint mission to the International Space Station planned for 2024.