Space exploration is a highly debated on topic on whether or not it should be funded by the government. Currently, the United States spends $19.3 billion on space exploration out of its $3.95 trillion budget. Many people argue that the money needs to be spent on other issues like health care and help for the impoverished. Space exploration is an important field that the US government needs to focus on and fund because these endeavors can provide a national space defense, push us towards the future
or not... Space. What exactly is space, such a mystery. Full of darkness, planets, marvelous, beautiful, and intriguing. Space is a vast place which few have explored. So why, why do we explore? What’s the point? Space is a vast empty place that has been explored by few. Yet humans have been prioritizing this issue for years now and yet we have not found a place capable of being inhabited by humans. So why do humans continue this knowing that it would take years and years to even reach the planet
Many people think that space exploration is a waste of money. They think that people shouldn’t be looking to the stars and that space exploration is unnecessary. Then there is the people who think otherwise. People from NASA, or people who just in general love space ,want to fund for the cause. They think that space can help the economy improve and that there is more to space than stars and a bunch of planets. They also believe that they will find new resources to genetically modify our society.
While the budget of NASA increases yearly with inflation, the government is unwilling to give the space program the support it needs. People who think that the space program is a poor investment are misinformed to what it has yielded and what it might yield for mankind. The benefits of space exploration include, but are not limited to; economic growth, better education, increasingly more advanced technology, and culturally eye-opening. All of these benefits have a type of domino effect in the sort
Have you ever dreamed of going to space, floating weightlessly through the black void? Whether as a toddler or still as an adult, everyone has had this dream. However, there is a point in many people’s lives where they lose interest, and some even oppose the idea of exploring the great beyond. Because of this, the world is where it is now: unable to make any significant progress in learning what is outside of our planet. Why do so many people deny the childlike curiosity of knowing what goes on
Space exploration has become a main activity of science and technology communication between countries and in recent years, not only government attends to manage the space program but also some private companies such as Space X which are involved in space exploration. Bhaskara (2016) states that government should take the lead because it has the capability to help the long-term development of the space exploration but the other people believe private sectors should be charged to this because they
It is during the ancient times that the first instance of ekphrasis has been recorded. The most famous and most often quoted ekphrasis appears in Greek literature, in Homer’s Iliad. In the 18th Book of this work, Homer brings forth an elaborate picture about the making of the Shield of Achilles. When Hephaestus starts upon his work, Homer narrates: First fashioned he a shield, great and sturdy, adorning it cunningly in every part, and round about it set a bright rim, threefold and glittering, and