5 Awesome Space Innovations Going To Happen In 2016

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5 Awesome Space Innovations Going To Happen In 2016

Humans are made to disrupt the vast knowledge of universe. Innovations holds the key to the future of our next generation. In future the Nanotechnology cure any disease (cold or the cancer) within a day, and we may can able to build bridge from earth to mars. It’s obvious that people will be much intelligent than their past generation. The world with the uncertainty we need to be prepared for   the both good or the worst, so the future generations will be in their right path. Here’s the 5 awesome space innovations going to happen in 2016,

SPACE X’s DRAGON V2: The First Manned Commercial Spacecraft

Space-x (US) is the first commercially-built spacecraft, and it successfully launched the first unmanned spacecraft in the orbit in 2010. In 2012, SpaceX docked with International Space Station (ISS) and also helping on the NASA’s commercial resupply service program as well.  In 2014, first manned version spacecraft program was unveiled by the SpaceX CEO, Elon Musk, and He assured to transferring seven astronauts in a space mission by 2016.

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With all the advanced technologies like, multiple travel by single spacecraft, accuracy of landing, and the luxurious interiors, SpaceX planned to put their name on the commercial space industry success list. Also, Elon promises that by 2060, humans will colonise the MARS in vast number.

India’s First Manned Flight

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After Mangalyaan’s (Mars Orbiter Mission) boundless success, India’s next stop will be to put the man on the space. It has been a dream of more than 40 years and their dedication and cost effective missions should be applauded. India will be the 4th nation which will send man to the space by 2016. Headed by ISRO, the two man spacecraft will head to the earth’s orbit and they will remain for seven days on the space and surveying, before landing into the Bay of Bengal. The total cost of this mission around 124 billion rupees ($2.67 billion USD).

India’s “Chandrayaan-2” is Ready

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Already working on manned mission to space, India’s unmanned lunar exploration will begin this year end. It’s called “CHANDRAYAAN-2” and it includes two rovers which was built by Russia. These rovers will walk around the Mars and analyse the surface to find more about the evidences on the water.

The First Hotel in the Space

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Do you want to have dinner with your spouse on the space with the spectacular view of our earth? No worries, Russia’s Energiya and US firm Orbital Technologies is already working on the world’s first hotel on the space and it will be effective by 2017. This hotel can accommodate upto seven people at a time and glad to know that, there will be astronauts from ISS to help you in the case of emergency refuge.

Balloon Capsule Trip to Space

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By 2016, you can visit earth’s orbit for four hours of tour, and it’s just $75000 only (https://vimeo.com/76082638). The company called World View Enterprises is already working on this short vacation in the space in a luxurious balloon capsule. You can add this one on your weekend outing list!

World’s Largest Single-Aperture Telescope

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China had their technological advancement in the manufacturing industry than any other country in the world, now they’re ready to break into the space industry by building world’s largest single-aperture telescope in Guizhou province. They started to build this telescope on 2011 and planned to complete by 2016. Only big problem is that, it occupies 2.1 million sq ft (196,000 sq m) of the area. Using this telescope scientist can view three times further into the space than any other telescope in the world, and it can also survey the sky faster than the Puerto Rico’s Arecibo. It will also look out for the aliens (SETI) signals in our milky way and take high definition pictures of what’s happening in the space.

With all these great innovations on the way, in the long future we may have the chance to meet the Extra-terrestrial (E.T) species in person and if we have any luck, we all can be a one big happy family in the universe, unless they don’t kill us and use as a specimen.


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