My best space writings from 2022
In my lifelong mission to write about the exploration of space and our Moon, 2022 turned out to be very productive and satiating. I published 51 editions of my one-of-a-kind Moon Monday newsletter, and wrote 25+ articles on space exploration at large. I also took a major step forward in sustaining Moon Monday, thanks to the generous, no-strings-attached sponsorship from Epsilon3, The Orbital Index and Open Lunar Foundation.
Here are some of my most notable space writings from 2022.
🦠 Life beyond Earth
3 new additions to my articles on our search for alien life:
When will we explore Saturn’s moon Enceladus to find alien life?
🪐 Our Solar System
How Uranus and Neptune are key to unlocking how planets form
🚀 Space launches
Artemis I launches the world’s ambitions and hopes for the Moon
🛰️ Upcoming missions
NASA eyes prestigious farside Moon landing in boldest CLPS bet yet
Past mistakes to avoid in our grand return to the Moon this decade
Looking back at Pathfinder as the start of modern Mars exploration
How the Apollo missions transformed our understanding of the Moon’s origin
The time NASA figured out that our Moon is cratered all the way down
💛 Space for inspiration
🌙 Moon Monday
I can’t figure out which might be some of the most notable editions of Moon Monday because it’s the growing momentum of global lunar exploration as a whole that’s so exciting and full of hope and push for the future. As such, it only makes sense to link to the whole searchable archive of worldwide lunar developments below, which documents our progress towards sustainable exploration of our cosmic companion.
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