The effort being made to explore the ocean is just a great as that of Space Travel. Stop commenting on here, go dedicate your life to helping the "starving and needy". Even though some historians do not agree with the so-called "frontier thesis" as the sole, or even the primary, source of these characteristics in the United States, space as a new frontier has always been a driver of the U.
But these are not reasons that would make Americans miss our space program. Science can be done by robots and probes, but experience can still only be obtained by human beings. Your going to get alot more money on solar power and less expenses with minor maintence.
Much more then seven I can bet you, but I am not saying their death was pointless and for waste. Global warming is the second most severe issue the earth is going through. We could have a workforce teeming with brilliant scientist working on how to ameliorate the efficiency of our consumption of energy.
Mars has always been a source of inspiration for explorers and scientists. Unless of course it was thrown or jumped ect.
The International Space Station serves as a national laboratory for human health, biological, and materials research, as a technology test-bed, and as a stepping stone for going further into the solar system. Considering that the Earth is bound to run out of elbow room eventually granted, the linked article notes that population growth had been decelerating and nature has hit the reset button at least five times in the past, having a backup does sound like a good idea.
If that last bit was a little too speculative for some readers, Aldrin and Tyson both feel that space exploration has a positive effect on the economies of countries that participate in it. Robots There are many good reasons to continue to explore space, which most Americans have undoubtedly heard.
Space No one has ever said that space was not meant for us to cross, who is to say that the oceans were meant for us to cross into America? They began to develop civil engineering, the core discipline for any society if it wishes to have anything more than thatched huts. The cordless vacuum also tied back into the Apollo program in a more roundabout way, having resulted from the need to design a portable drill for taking lunar core samples.
In support of this, Orwig quoted Dr. It now remains to be seen whether great things may be done in the name of international cooperation, even in the midst of great unrest in the world. NASA will continue its unprecedented work with the commercial industry and expand an entire industry as private companies develop and operate safe, reliable and affordable commercial systems to transport crew and cargo to and from the International Space Station and low Earth orbit.
I think we all know why people strive to accomplish such things. Other technologies originally developed for the space program have included infrared ear thermometers, freeze dried food, fire retardant coatings for aircraft and building support beams and a number of advanced medical technology.
Besides, learning about the ocean floor, while that is important, is no more important than space. This behavior is rooted in our genes. Examining the Sun led us to understand that its magnetic field connects with ours, sometimes with disastrous results… yet we can fortify ourselves against the danger, should we so choose.
By building upon what we learn there we will prepare astronauts for the challenges of long-duration flight and the permanent expansion of human exploration beyond where we have been before.
That force would not be countered by gravities force so the objects would just continue going in the direction they where thrown or jumped.
If you want to narrow it down to exploring other planets and the Universe around us, again we can give the practical answer that the more we learn about our space environment, the more we learn about the Earth itself.
Exploring, it obviously takes some money to "explore" right? And NASA has succeeded. Could have been used for more impactful endeavors Imagine only if we would have pursued alternative energy resources with the effort, time and money we had spent in the space program.
Its not a waste Space travel has given us a lot of new things for example the micro chip, the CAT scan and so on.I like to think of the reasons for making that pledge, in terms of the push to outer space, as the five E’s (plus examples): exploration (to the moon and Mars), entertainment (cool Hubble pictures), energy (space solar power and asteroid mines), empire building (defending the high frontier) and extinction avoidance (fending off space rocks, and.
Is a continued manned program valuable in anyway? Image Credit: NASA From a ‘looking at the past’ perspective, we see a large variety of technologies that were developed to allow human space flight that have been adapted to life on.
Should space exploration be continued? Do you think that space exploration should be continued? Some people think that we should continue exploring the space, and others think that we should stop exploring the space.
These people have their own reasons for it or against it. Either way, space exploration has both its advantages and disadvantages. The Importance of Exploration (continued) American Exploration Editor's Note: This is the first in a series of essays on exploration by NASA's Chief Historian, Steven J.
Dick. Should the U.S. Continue Space Exploration? With NASA facing another round of cuts, the status of the American space program is in. Yes, I think space exploration should continue because only two out of missions have failed.
Space exploration is a good thing for many people. Space exploration gives us more knowledge. More.Download