2021 will be a year of incredible importance for the future of space exploration. It seems that the leading nations of our planet are finally convinced of the need to seriously commit resources and technologies in a new space race. So we will see the growth of new mega satellite constellations, we will witness the formation of orbiting human outposts, there will finally be the launch of a huge space telescope, we will see the definitive breakthrough of private companies on the scene, and the rise of new powers such as China, India, Arabia, Japan… And then the siege of the Moon, and then the siege of Mars…
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We have tried to condense all that will be important in 2021 in this video, listing month by month the enterprises that deserve to be followed.
January. On Jan. 17, the Parker Solar Probe, launched on Aug. 12, 2018, for the purpose of studying the Sun and its stellar wind will reach the perihelion of its seventh orbit, then head to Venus
On February 11, it will be the turn of the Chinese probe Tianwen-1, launched on July 23, 2020, to enter orbit around Mars. A mission that has already made history by ejecting last September a small camera capable of photographing the spacecraft during the trip. On April 23 the Tianwen-1 will drop a lander that will rest on the sands of Utopia Planitia, near the glorious Viking 2. In turn, the lander will release a rover.
Instead, the Mars 2020 mission will arrive on Feb. 18, consisting of a large rover, Perseverance, that will descend to the shore of the Jazero crater, which was once a lake.
Perseverance will conduct extensive chemical investigations to look for chemical evidence of Martian life and prepare rock samples intended to be collected and brought back to Earth by a joint NASA-ESA mission within the next decade.
March. On March 3, the Osiris Rex probe will begin its journey back to Earth with samples taken from the asteroid Bennu last October.
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