The Most Exciting Moments in 2018 Which Gave Us a Better Understanding of Space

Voyager 2 reaches interstellar space, asteroids are visited like drive-in stands, new rocket engines, Mars missions and a Tesla car launched into space

Space Telescope Science Institute (STScI)

2018 was a year for incredible space exploration. Both governmental agencies and private companies overcame challenges to make a series of incredible achievements that will ensure 2018 as the year that space entered a new era.

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