Those are things we would need to think about if we wanted to eventually move to Mars and colonize it. You could be positive and say that we’re being inspired, or you could be negative and say we’e being deluded. I guess which is true really depends on whether we actually ever make it to Mars with a manned mission, and whether we ever actually colonize the planet. For me, I can appreciate the entertainment value and the deep thinking required of me without deciding for sure whether any of it will actually happen or
Does other life exist in the universe outside of humans? Are humans meant to leave Earth in the first place and discover these other life forms? “The Sentinel” explores some of this and really asks questions about life in space and if humans are the most advanced species or if they are merely just pawns in a larger game. Arthur C. Clarks “The Sentinel” uses symbols, characters, and science fiction theories to show humans leaving the cradle of Earth in order to reach a higher level of ascension and explore the great vastness of space and those that inhabit it. “The Sentinel” follows the travels of an astronaut geologist, or selenologist, named Wilson.
The topic that I decided to research was “Space Exploration: Apollo missions.” I learned that the Apollo Program was first thought of during the Eisenhower administration to follow after Project Mercury. These missions were designed to get humans on the moon, which was one of the main goals of President Kennedy during the Cold War. Because the Soviets were ahead of the U.S in the space race, landing a man on the moon first would prove that the U.S was in a sense “better” than the Soviets during the Cold War. The Apollo Missions consisted of both manned and unmanned missions between 1961 and 1975. These missions were significant because it allowed man to finally get to the moon.
Colonizing Mars Mars is often voted by people as being the most likely place for humans to colonize after we are done with Earth. This is often said because of Mars’s similar size to Earth and similar climate. However, Mars might not be the best place to go when we decide to make our first extra-terrestrial home. Whether you believe we should colonize another planet or not, evidence proves that moving to Venus is both logical and cost effective. There is much more promise in visiting Venus and much more we can learn.
There have been many questions about the future of human beings as long as we have existed. Today, that question is about space and the future of the Earth. There are many arguments on the future of people on Earth and how we will survive with the decline of the Earth in recent years. Some have suggested settling Mars or other planets, while others say that we should stay on Earth and take better care of it to save it. So what should we do?
Part of the reason astronomers are looking for exoplanets, particularly exoplanets similar to earth is to determine whether there are other planets outside of earth that can sustain life. To accomplish this goal, an exoplanet must meet a few requirements. One of this requirements is for a planet to hold life similar to that on earth, it needs to sit in the habitable zone of its host star, in what astronomers refer to as the ‘goldilocks zone’. This is the area in space in which the planet needs to orbit its host star that is not too close nor too far from its star. This will allow it to have optimal temperatures, gravitational pulls and hopefully, liquid water.
There is proof that aliens have came to planet earth, and proof of aliens visiting other planets in the galaxy. The world does not have truly believe in aliens because they try to cover up the evidence. Everyone is made up of atoms that were part of a star that has atomic carbon, nitrogen and oxygen all necessary for living things. Over the years the atomic carbon, nitrogen and oxygen began to start making gas clouds
Curiosity has made man explore regions that have never been explored. Without funds NASA cannot develop new technology and without technology researchers and scientists would not be able to explain a discovery that they made with existing technology. For example, without the invention of the Mars Rover, scientists would not have been able to discover water on Mars. This example alone leaves people questioning space and it attributes such as planets, galaxies and even aliens. This curiosity leads to the second reason as to why people support space activities.
The team believes that its not too long a wait and it 's bound to happen sooner or later. The Mars-One team develops a pressing tone for the ones who one day look forward to living on mars. This article is from a fact filled website that shows it is and can be possible for this lifestyle to happen, that which gives others hope and that will give them support. Vertesi, Janet, and The Opinions Expressed in This Commentary are Solely Those of Janet Vertesi. “Don 't Gut NASA Space Missions” An assistant professor and NASA team mission overlooker, Janet Vertesi in her article “Don 't Gut NASA Space Missions” argues that cutting the funds of NASA means that they 'd have to make adjustments Dukes 4 or completely cancel some of their missions.She supports her claim by explaining how not only is the cut of money not only devastating for the scientists but for our economy.Next she continues to explain how the cut will ruin careers of some scientists.
Sending people to Mars is not a good idea since it is so risky, unsafe, and a one way trip. It is too risky to colonize Mars. For example, here on Earth we are protected by a magnetic field surrounding our planet. In space if exposed to radiation, the effects could be memory loss, brain damage, and cancer. Colonists would have to have something like a shield for the trip to Mars, and for when they get on Mars.
From creating the very first telescope to taking a picture of the entire solar system from 6 billion kilometers away, humanity has made tremendous progress involving space exploration. Some people predict that the 21st century will be an age of religion, the age of robots, the age of the destruction of mankind, but I have much larger plans for the future. I believe that it is human 's destiny to explore and expand all throughout our solar system, and even beyond. There is no ignoring the fact that humanity is advancing its knowledge of space at an extremely rapid pace. Such a rapid pace, that if mankind were to survive even one fourth of the age of the earth, the timeline from 1610, where the first telescopic view of the night sky was observed,
In order to prove this, a meteorite must come in contact with Earth’s surface and propel rocks back up into space. Tardigrades must go back up to space on these propelled rocks in order for the theory to be correct. Biological material would be transferred back up into space and possibly sent to another planet, or solar system. Is this how life started here on Earth? Extremophiles zooming through the universe, crashing into planets and spreading their life forms throughout has proven to be a very plausible theory to how biology started.