In the first place,“NASA’s Curiosity is robotic rover that landed on mars in 2012. Since then, Curiosity has been roaming Mars, collecting data and looking for signs of microbial life. We should NOT spend valuable resources on space exploration.
The first reason, I think space exploration should not be a priority because while in space you can run out of needed supplies like most importantly food and water.
In the video, In the space shuttle it showed that there is limited amout of food and space. Transition.Since there is limited amout of space they have to have limited amount of things..Also, in the video the lady was saying how they have to have room for pacific things. .Furthermore, they could easily run out of needed supplies they
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Space exploration will benefit all aspects of humanity as well as preserving humanity itself. The Definition of space exploration simply put is “ The investigation of physical conditions in space and on stars, planets, and other celestial bodies through the use of artificial satellites, space probes and spacecraft with human crews.”
To begin, it is expensive and that there are risks for going into space. In “ From packing for Space” they say that it is expensive because its 500 billion dollars. This is important because it would be most of our valuable resources going into the fund. In “ Neil De Grasse” it says that it would be very expensive and it has a lot of risks. This is important because we would be putting astronauts in danger and putting money into something dangerous.
Three main clusters that are developed under this idea of space exploration is the benefits that are gained, ethical code and what it means with regard to the future of the human race. In this paper I will talk about what major projects are being worked on and who will benefit from these. This will also include what laws of space are and ethical code. This will also identify the differing viewpoints on space exploration and whether the big picture is worth the small steps being taken as to advancements in space technology and sciences.
We shouldn't spend valuable resources on exploring space. Some people could argue differently but there is evidence to back this statement up. Like we could bring new problems to the U.S., it could threaten the life of the astronauts that go up to space and the government does not have enough support from the people.
Space travel, the thing of the past or a thing of the future? Space exploration is something of both. Space exploration is a waste of money and an endangerment to people. The money used for space exploration is a waste of money and should be used for something more helpful than exploring the space.
The topic of Mars has long been of interest to astronomers and science fiction enthusiast alike. The premise of another planet supporting life excites people like no other. In 2004, The United States National Aeronautics and Space Administration, or NASA, began preliminary science experiments and instrument proposals for the Mars Science Laboratory (MSL) and a robotic space probe mission to Mars. After long testing and development stages, the mission birthed a rover, Curiosity, which was launched in November 2011 and subsequently landed August 6th 2012. As we speak Curiosity is collecting invaluable data for our understanding of mars including: habitability, climate and geology, and possibly setting up a manned mission to mars in the
In conclusion, we should not use money, time, and equipment on space exploration. The government can use their money on more valuable things, going to space is not beneficial, and it is extremely
Since the development of large and efficient rockets, space exploration has become reality. The numbers of reasons behind it are for scientific research, national prestige, developing military and strategic advance against other country. The big cost for space exploration has been a debate between the pros and contras. Some people say that space exploration gives useful advantages for the future life inspite of the big cost. However, other people say that the big amount of money is better used to solve the problems on the earth. I my self think that the problems on the earth is more important than the space exploration. Space exploration still can go on as long as they don’t spend much money.
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Arriving at Mars since 2012, the goal of Curiosity mission is to analyze if this planet can be livable. After two Martian years, the project present some important discovering. First, the Curiosity's Rover Environmental Monitoring Station indicate that Mars temperatures were cooler than the Earth temperatures. For instance, in summer, the temperature could reach 60.5 degrees Fahrenheit, while in winter it could reach minus 148 degrees Fahrenheit. (JET).In addition, “Curiosity has discovered light-toned rocks that contrast with basaltic samples found in younger regions12.” (V Sautter) these discovered lead some analysts to believe that they could be a life in this planet many years ago. (CNES) Even if these discovering
When Curiosity was launched it went through of tough time to enter the atmosphere, and even hard time landing. NASA watched the landing through television and when they found out that it landed okay and it was safe from danger, the mission could begin. August 2012 was a time where all these theories were put to a test, to see if any of it was true or is true. “Mars Curiosity: Facts and Information”, by Elizabeth Howell. In this article she gives readers perspective and an open mind that there could actually be life on Mars and a whole new era shall begin very soon. While on the mission Curiosity has “special tools” as mentioned in the article. It can detect
As a kid, I was fascinated with the sky above. The glowing orb that would emerge from the horizons at night and dissipate by the sun and all its bright power. I would ask my dad what those twinkling lights that shined bright as diamonds were. He'd told me that every star was crafted with its own purpose; its own mission for its life. I asked what our purpose was. His response was: "To visit them."
As the effects of zero gravity washed over him,Neil Armstrong was about to be the first over to make contact with the moon and when he did he spoke “One small step for man,one giant leap for mankind!” Many only think about this mission, but what about the start of this program.Soon after NASA started it’s goal was to get to the moon before the 1960’s.The apollo program was the program that did it all.The creation of NASA with the Apollo program and its missions had the biggest affect on the space exploration, and it changed space exploration and how we think about space.
Space exploration should not be fond of for many reasons. Despite the fact that you can explore, or gain technology, it’s more important to stay healthy, and minimize troubles in the world. The cost of exploration not only hurts the world financially, but also emotionally and physically. The lives risked, and dangerous organisms equally both devastate people, and things. We have spent years on trying to find an alternative plant, and we still don’t have a clear answer. Space exploration is unnecessary, and does not need to to be