The most prominent plans for space exploration in 2022

The most prominent plans for space exploration in 2022
The most prominent plans for space exploration in 2022
The year 2021 witnessed many space discoveries and events, as the James Webb Space Telescope was successfully launched, and a spacecraft was launched to test the possibility of changing the course of an asteroid in space. What awaits the world of space exploration in 2022?

According to a report published by CNN, the most prominent plan of countries in 2022 is to send “robot” explorers to the moon, while some plan to return humans to the moon’s surface in the future.

Mars exploration

During 2021, three separate missions have reached the Red Planet to discover it, and another robotic explorer will land on Mars, which will be the first European spacecraft ready for launch within the year.

The Exo-Mars Rosalind Franklin spacecraft, a joint project of the European Space Agency and Russia, is expected to launch in September.

The ExoMars program has included the study of the gaseous orbit of Mars since 2016, and includes the launch of a robot vehicle that will be launched to Mars in 2022, and is expected to land on the surface of the Red Planet in 2023 in the “Oxia Planum” region.

The ExoMars mission aims to search for life on Mars and try to find any water source.

Exploring the solar system

It is expected that NASA’s Juno probe will continue to monitor the 79 moons of Jupiter, and it will monitor the most attractive moon, which is known as “Europe” in September 2022.

“Yorba” confuses scientists because in its surroundings there is an ice envelope, which means that it may support life from time to time.

The James Webb Space Telescope is also expected to begin transmitting its first images in June or July.

Next August, NASA is expected to launch Psychic Spacecraft on a four-year journey to an unexplored world in the form of a “potato” in the asteroid belt between Mars and Jupiter, where it is expected to be an asteroid rich in minerals.

NASA scientists expect that this object in space is a metal core left over from a planet or a piece of primitive matter that has never melted.

In September, NASA is preparing to change the course of an asteroid by colliding with a spacecraft dubbed “DART”.

Moon exploration

The Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) will send its Chandrayaan-3 spacecraft to the moon on a mission in 2022, the third spacecraft India has sent to the moon under the Chandrayaan programme.

The Chandrayaan program played an important role in the discovery of diamond particles on the moon.

It is expected that the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency will launch the “Salm” rover in 2022, where the vehicle will be used to test accurate landing techniques on the lunar surface to provide information for future lunar exploration.


During 2022, China is expected to put the final touches on its space station, while the European Space Agency will announce its new astronaut program in November, in which the NASA crew will continue to come and go to the International Space Station.

India is preparing to launch its first astronauts into space in 2023, which will be preceded by missions of unmanned vehicles.

This year, NASA will conduct tests of its Artemis program, which will include the landing of the first woman and first people of color on the moon in 2025.

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