With plenty of space missions taking place in 2022, one of the images that stands out from the rest was this picture of the Moon above the horizon of the Earth taken from the the International Space Station some 408 km up in the sky. The NASA Juno spacecraft, which is orbiting Jupiter, is equipped with a visible-light camera called JunoCam. It took this spectacular image of the giant planet as Ganymede, one of Jupiter's four largest moons, cast a shadow on the planet. The NASA Solar Orbiter was also not behind in action as it captured never-seen-before details in the Sun’s atmosphere. The image was taken in extreme ultraviolet spectrum to highlight the solar activity. On April 24, the recently retired NASA InSight lander took its last selfie. This image has now become iconic given the love from netizens the NASA lander has received. Another image from NASA’s Mars exploration is the debris from the gear that helped land the Perseverance rover on Mars. The image was taken by the space helicopter, Ingenuity. This image was taken just moments before NASA Double Asteroid Redirection Test (DART) spacecraft struck the Dimorphos asteroid, marking the moment when for the first time, humanity would physically move a celestial object.