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NASA missions and more: Here’s what 2022 holds for space exploration

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2021 was a busy year when it came to space exploration leaps and celestial events. Humankind’s urge to conquer new frontiers of the endless expanse knew no bounds. 2022 appears to promise the same and more. Here’s a look at some of the major things lined up in the new year.

January

Initial milestones have already been reached in deploying the most powerful telescope made by humanity. James Webb Space telescope has been fully deployed. But what remains are some crucial calibrations that will need to be completed before the telescope sets its sight on previously unknown corners of the space.

February

Space tourism is slowly taking steps towards becoming more available, to the elite at least. But more progress is expected in coming years. Next space tourists to visit International Space Station would be three men from the US, Canada and Israel. There will travel to the ISS aboard SpaceX’s Crew Dragon and will be led by the company Axiom.

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