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TUA National Space Program Strategy Document 2022-2030

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The 2023 target for AYAP-1 (hard landing/crash on moon) continues. Soft landing and rover target is 2028.

The first phase of the National 'Regional Positioning and Timing System' is planned to be commissioned in 2031.

Spaceport construction activities are planned to start in 2024 and be ready in 2030 with the launch system.

The date given for the Space Weather Application Center is 2024. The first cube satellite is aimed to be launched in 2026 to develop radiation modeling, endurance, testing and analysis capabilities.

In the studies of observing and cataloging the space, it is aimed to collect data from a wide geography with international cooperation. For this, optical systems will be improve in Turkiye as well.

Other issue mentioned in the report that observing faint objects with telescopes of 1 meter diameters, and there is also aiming to establishing a system by 2025. Also other targets such as experimental satellite observation from space, lasers and even space radars.

For those who are too lazy to translate the entire report, here is a refined summary:
 
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