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The world’s space news in 2023

  • The US was delighted by the “Ring of Fire” eclipse in October, an appetizer for the upcoming total solar eclipse in April.
  • The largest and most powerful rocket ever built, SpaceX Starship, launched twice from South Texas in 2023, and both times, blasted off into the Gulf of Mexico.
  • Jeff Bezos’ Blue Origin hasn’t sent a passenger since tests of its new Shepard rocket carrier crashed in Texas in 2022.

The moon was the hottest ticket in town, with attempts to land in 2023 by Russia, India, and a private Japanese company. Only India became the fourth country to win. Two American companies, China and the Japanese space agency are aiming for touchdowns, some as early as January.

NASA kicked off 2023 by launching four astronauts—three from the United States and one Canadian—scheduled to fly around the moon in late 2024. Another crew will land, but the timing is uncertain.

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The largest and most powerful rocket ever built, SpaceX Starship, launched twice from South Texas in 2023, and both times, blasted off into the Gulf of Mexico. The second test flight lasted twice as long and climbed 93 miles (150 kilometers). SpaceX wants to build the empty spacecraft around the world before adding satellites and people.

NASA’s next moon walkers will need a starship to reach the lunar surface. Three other rockets are slated to debut in 2024: United Launch Alliance’s Vulcan, Blue Origin’s New Glenn with a lunar lander, the company’s first orbital-class rocket, and Europe’s upgraded Ariane 6 rocket.

NASA has declared it Asteroid Autumn. The Osiris-Rex spacecraft delivered a batch of debris collected from the asteroid Bennu in september. Two weeks later, the Psyche spacecraft headed toward a metal-rich asteroid of the same name on a six-year journey. Then in November, the Lucy spacecraft flew past the first asteroid on its crowded journey, discovering a mini-moon with two fused spheres.

Laboratory workers in Houston are still trying to open a sample vial of an asteroid that landed in the Utah desert.Bennu’s black dust and chips of rock is  2.5 ounces (70 grams)removed by scientist..

Richard Branson’s Virgin Galactic began taking tourists on short rides into space in 2023 and launched five customers in less than five months from New Mexico. Only a few more are planned to build rocketships that can fly more people frequently before the company shuts down in mid-2024.

Musk’s SpaceX made its second non-public experience to the international area Station and greater charter flights are on the method, in addition to the first private spacewalk. Jeff Bezos’ Blue Origin hasn’t sent a passenger since tests of its new Shepard rocket carrier crashed in Texas in 2022.

The James Webb Space Telescope has taken a cosmic picture in its first year, releasing a stunning view of the star-forming region closest to Earth. It followed up with a new take a look at the Crab Nebula, a supernova remnant previously photographed using the Hubble Space Telescope, and helped discover the oldest black hole, a Goliath that fashioned 470 million years after the massive Bang.

The James Webb Space Telescope took a picture of the universe in its first year, revealing a stunning view of the star-forming region closest to Earth. The new appearance of the Crab Nebula, a supernova remnant previously photographed by the Hubble Space Telescope, helped identify the oldest black hole, Goliath, which formed 470 million years after the Big Bang.

The US was delighted by the “Ring of Fire” eclipse in October, an appetizer for the upcoming total solar eclipse in April. The moon was once too a ways from Earth to completely blot out the solar, but it will be the right distance on April 8. The total solar eclipse will begin in Mexico and pass through northeastern Texas and Arkansas, the Midwest, New York, and New York. England and Canada.

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