The best spacecraft of all time

We've rounded up the best spacecraft ever flown. (image credit: Public domain)
Vostok 1 was the craft that carried the first humans into space in 1961. What more needs to be said? (image credit: ESA)
Apollo 11 is perhaps the most infamous of all NASA's missions. That is until we head to Mars. (image credit: NASA)
The International Space Station has been home to many astronauts from all over the world for the last two decades. (image credit: Public domain)
Voyager 2 was the first of NASA’s twin Voyager spacecraft to launch into space in the summer of 1977. (image credit: Public domain)
The Mars Express entered orbit around Mars in 2003 to study the planet’s atmosphere and climate as well as the mineralogy and geology of the surface. (image credit: Public domain)
The Hubble Space Telescope has been capturing the imagination of space lovers for decades. (image credit: Public domain)
NASA has sent all sorts of spacecraft into the depths of space, including some that were designed to collide with comets in order to carry out analysis. (image credit: Public domain)
The European Space Agency pulled off an impressive feat in 2014, by landing a craft on a comet as it shot through space at 84,000mph. (image credit: ESA CC BY-SA 3.0-igo)
Galileo took six years to arrive at Jupiter then spent eight years orbiting the planet. (image credit: Public domain)
The Cassini-Hyugens spacecraft spent an incredible 13 years studying Saturn. (image credit: Public domain)
Juno was another craft NASA used to study Jupiter. It was used to analyse Jupiter's composition, gravity field, magnetic field, and polar magnetosphere. (image credit: NASA)
Here's a probe that was sent by man to study the Sun. Its mission is to solve mysteries of how energy and heat move through the solar corona. (image credit: Public domain)
SpaceX’s Dragonmade history in 2012 for becoming the first commercial spacecraft to dock with the International Space Station. (image credit: Public domain)
The James Webb telescope is the most powerful telescope ever launched into space (so far). And it's now 930,000 miles away from our home planet. (image credit: NASA)