Space research has been a magnificent idea that the human race has been chasing, catching, and letting go of for what seems like the longest time. I personally believe that the progress we have made is impeccable and that with what we have discovered we can do many new things; and we will continue we may be able to create and improve the world greatly with the cost that we pay. However some people do not agree with this idea. Some may argue that we should be spending our money elsewhere or exploring things on earth. While these are valid points, I think that people do not see what I see the opportunities that space provides us with.
In the movie, it has been mentioned there that the government didn’t want to spend a part of the nation’s savings for space exploration. The reason is that it would just be a waste of money, which is not the case. If the end of the Earth really did happen and the only solution is to leave the Earth, space exploration would become a necessity. It would save human beings from extinction and would preserve mankind’s
Just in our pursuit in this new frontier pushes our scientific minds to new limits and we begin to discover new technologies and advancements in our own world before we even reach the stars. c. We will begin to create new products from our own resources that are yet to be invented. We will become more advance and may find answers to some of the old problems we deal with in today’s world. VI. Transition: Once we have taken off in space we are sure to find and organize to resources and materials for our existing
How we should spend money helping the poor and homeless and not in outer space. What they don't realize is the huge benefit that NASA has on society. So much revolutionary technology that we use today has comes through spin offs from space missions. From the Apollo missions alone NASA has brought forth advanced Home Insulation, water filtration, air filtration, freeze dried foods, hazardous gas monitors, and green buildings. NASA Inventions like the CAT Scan and flame resistant materials help save lives every day.
When we went into space, we created a new and innovative industry that gave the economy a boost. So many companies nowadays rely heavily on things like GPS or are only existent because of this new area of economics and business. If we continue to push these boundaries, we will once again discover new, world changing industries that would have never been created had we not gone farther into space. Another benefit of space exploration is boost that it gives the economy. When Tyson is preaching the benefits of increased funding for space exploration, he writes “20th century USA as much of its strength and economic security to it support for science and tech” (Tyson, pg 150).
We need to understand that investment on space exploration is not necessarily a bad thing. There are bound to be some casualties, but as educated individuals we must look at the bigger picture. We need to understand the value of NASA and its missions before shunning it down. The future of NASA’s projects lies in the hands of the government Privatization can be considered as a solution to the funding problem as entrepreneurs provide the necessary funds and ideas and thus, reducing the burden on taxpayers. NASA has definitely made the world a better place to live and cutting down of funds will only suppress any form of discovery and advancement.
This proves that our interest could be another cause of space exploration. Space exploration have brought many benefits to our society. It helped answered “questions about our place in the Universe and history of our solar system” (Wiles). Explorations that we made also made us wonder about the Universe that we did not explore. The challenges we faced in space exploration, such as Moon Landing and sending probes to our solar system became an expansion of our technology, knowledge, and connections among
Is space exploration worth the cost? Space, the final frontier, where no man has gone before. Except astronauts have, and it costs taxpayers billions. But the real question is, is it worth it? Space exploration started in 1957 when Soviet Russia launched the first artificial satellite called Sputnik 1.
However, in the year of 2016, fifty-four years after his speech, the question he answered still remained a question. So why do we explore the space? In this essay, three main reasons for space exploration will be illustrated, in terms of the curiosity of human nature, the capability of advancing basic science theories and the opportunity of accelerating the
Should humans continue developing space exploration technologies despite high costs? Tilekbergen Abishev 201589017 EAP Reading/Writing Tutor: Mark Raisen EAP Group: 16 Introduction More than 50 years have passed since the beginning of the space age. In today's world, space exploration is a controversial topic and humankind faces the important decisions about the further implementation of space exploration, because billions of dollars are spent annually for the developing of space technologies. Until now, the space exploration technologies have evolved significantly. At present, there are many private and public companies which are engaged in the realization of space missions.