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What Will The Future Of Space Look Like?

It has been 51 years since the first man stepped foot on moon when Apollo 11 successfully landed on the lunar surface on July 16th of 1969. It was at this moment when Neil Armstrong uttered those famous lines and change the history of mankind forever.
O how will the future of space look like in the coming future? Who will be the most advanced organisations in space industry? Today in this video we will look at how the future of space would like?
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The evolution of space industry and the start of the space race was mainly because of the geopolitics between the 1960s and 1970s. It was undoubtedly the golden era of space industry, and the cold war between the USA and the USSR was the fuel. But this time the space race is distinct. We have to ask a lot of questions to know how the future of space would be like? Until now only 571 people have been in space. During the cold war people were excited about this new technology space battle which also encouraged NASA, and soon it could land people on mars. But since 1972 no man has ever been to the moon and the excitement of people also diminished. In this new era of space NASA and many other organisations now plan to send astronauts back to moon. Today this pace race is unique. It’s not only about NASA’s decisions, it’s about Russia’s decision, India’s decision, China’s decision and many other countries and private organisations too. It’s a much more diverse future. With the falling costs, new technologies and other nations such as China and India entering the landscape, the space will look very different. The pace of advancement is going to explode with a lot of new space companies emerging, which provides a booming space industry. We already have printing companies in space which have printed on the ISS and soon many others will follow along with companies that will provide tourism, better communication in space and maybe mineral exploitation in the future. There might be even more different companies than what we think now. So let’s take a close at each organisation up close. 

Currently the space industry has had a relatively narrow spectrum of missions, mainly focused on sending satellites used for communication broadcasting and navigation like the Global Positioning System or GPS by the United states. The space industry in the 1960s and 70s depended on mainly the two major superpowers in the cold war, USA and USSR. NASA emerged as the major superpower in space at the end of cold war. SO let’s look at the missions and indications of future missions by NASA. NASA is the most influential space agency in the world and the utmost authority on Space, as it was the first major superpower in space industry and has even maintained it today. NASA is very transparent about its plans and missions. NASA had a budget of about 21 billion dollars in 2020. Out of these, they will use about 11 billion dollars for major space campaigns like Space Launch System (SLS),Lunar gateway, and Lunar lander. NASA has the most variety of missions planned in the future, which we can see on their website, which has all the current and future missions listed. We will leave a link down in the description and you can see NASA’s mission yourself.. Many of NASA’s missions are research projects to validate the usage of certain technology for safe manned missions in space. NASA wants to send humans back to moon after the last Apollo mission in 1972! And so It has announce its Artemis project, which plans to send humans on moon by 2024. NASA plans to dod so with the use of lunar platform gateway, which is somewhat like ISS 2.0. This International project is a moon orbiting station to serve as the staging point for robotic and crewed missions to the lunar surface and beyond.
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