With the end of 2023, the US space agency NASA shared a video clip showing its most prominent features Achievements.
Among the achievements are missions dedicated to exploring new asteroids, collecting climate data via satellite, and developing a new nuclear rocket engine for future missions to Mars.
The year 2023 was of special importance for the American agency, as it marks the 25th anniversary of the presence of the International Space Station (ISS) in its orbit, in addition to the celebration of the 65th anniversary of its founding.
NASA also celebrated the completion of the first year-long stay of an astronaut in space, and the launch of a probe to study the asteroid Psyche, known for its wealth of minerals.
In the released content, NASA astronaut and administrator Bill Nelson said:
“NASA has continued to make the impossible possible by sharing the story of our discovery with the world.”
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Bill Nelson also highlighted missions that contributed to telling the oldest stories of the solar system, the safe transportation of astronauts to the International Space Station, obtaining important climate data through satellites, and advances in aviation to make it more reliable and sustainable.
This occasion witnessed the presentation of NASA's 2040 plan, which outlines the agency's ambition to remain at the forefront of the world. Economy Aerospace in the coming decades.
In 2024, the Artemis project aims to transport astronauts and robots to the Moon, and is now supposed to advance, thus boosting research into the solar system and paving the way for a functioning lunar economy. Bill Nelson says:
“We go back to the Moon to live, work, develop and innovate to go to Mars. That is the power of our space program: it brings people together. It brings them together. Together we will go to the Moon, Mars and beyond.
In short, NASA's historic achievements in 2023 are a testament to its tireless dedication to space exploration and its relentless pursuit of new goals. horizons.
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