Space exploration from the first missions to millionaire tourism

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The conquest of space in fiction: Literature anticipated space exploration before it happened. In the 19th century, the French novelist Jules Verne published From the Earth to the Moon.

The first space stations: Faced with the exorbitant cost of lunar missions, NASA and other global agencies have dedicated themselves to developing space stations

Route to Mars: Space exploration has not been limited to the orbit of the Earth and the Moon. Unmanned missions were also sent to Mars starting in the 1960s.

Incredible progress in the 1960s: The stages are known: after the dog Laïka in 1957, Yuri Gagarin was the first human being to travel in space, it was in 1961.

The International Space Station: At the end of the 90s, with the end of the Cold War, the main world space agencies decided to collaborate and start an important project.

The Ariane program: To combat American and Soviet hegemony, France initiated the Ariane program in collaboration with other European countries. 

Space race: Beginning in the 1950s, major world powers, led by the United States and the Soviet Union, developed programs designed to send machines into space.

Tintin on the Moon: In 1954, an episode of the Tintin comic, 'Explorers on the Moon,' appeared in which the famous hero successfully landed on the moon, accompanied by a crew of cosmonauts

The golden age: NASA also successfully sent out space shuttles in the 1970s and early 1980s such as the Challenger, Discovery, and Atlantis.

Fascinated by space: Since ancient times, people have been fascinated by space. Observing the stars has enabled us to acquire new knowledge.

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