Last week, Nasa successfully landed its InSight poll in Mars, as part of a two-year mission to study the deep inside of the planet. Nasa also plans a dream mission for 2020, exploring life signs and gathering data for future expeditions.
The European Space Agency and its Russian comparison, Roscosmos, have joined forces for this mission, scheduled for summer 2020. Using a European rover and a Russian surface platform, the project aims to study the planet's atmospheric gases for the evidence of biological or geological activity.
The attempts of distances are currently introduced for the first independent mission from China to Mars in August 2020. It is one of four deep space research missions planned by China's National Space Administration, with an asteroid survey awaited in 2022 and a mission to the Jupiter- system set up for 2029.
In the first Arab mission to another planet, the Espacial Space Agency Espacial Agency Agency of the Arab Emirates Emirates must launch in July 2020. The survey that will study the world atmosphere should start at the beginning of 2021, coinciding with the 50th anniversary of the foundation of the UAE.
With high expectations of the future of humanity in Mars, Elon Musk's espousa exploration company is developing a fully reusable space launch system, set up for its first cargo mission in 2022. A task is intended to follow in 2024, creating the basis for which Musk hopes to develop a prosperous city and, later, a self-esteem civilization.