Have you ever thought about space exploration? Do you think we should spend our valuable resources on it? Some people believe that we have a genetic desire to explore space. Although I believe that is false because our ancestors were doing absolutely fine without exploring space. We should not spend our valuable resources on space exploration.
Sustainability in Space Exploration and Space Exploration and Sustainability Human beings are limited only by their imagination and our worlds are only restricted by the lengths we wish to go. Space has for long been regarded as the final frontier and space travel has for long been an idea of dreams. Recent scientific advancements have allowed us to transform this dream into a glorious reality and the toil and imagination of the ambitious has seen man put man in space. And given the state of the rapidly depleting resources on earth, space exploration may soon cease to be a luxury and may become a necessity for humanity to thrive and perhaps even to merely survive. Space exploration offers humans infinite possibilities by giving us a peek into
Space exploration has inspired the world to do great things. This is how it started, and this is where we are going. It was the winter of 1945, a time nearing the end of World War Two. Hitlers five week attack, infamously know as the Battle of the Bulge was just about to end.
In today’s age, space shuttles are able to travel much farther into space and at much faster speeds. With these advancements we have been able to begin plans for exploration of other galaxies neighboring our own. We have also been able to begin planning for colonization of uninhabitable planets, should any be found. Nasa has even set up an outpost on the moon for experimentation that shuttles scientists in and out
Triston ferguson English 101 Professor Andrea 12/8/2014 Argument Essay Nasa should be continued to be funded by our tax dollars because, it's inexpensive, it benefits society, and it's safe. Most people believe that nasa, though does interesting things, is not essential to modern america. That NASA is a waste of time and resources. They believe space exploration is a poor investment that we put a lot into and get nothing in return.
NASA’s funds should not be cut because of its direct impact in our daily lives, the economy and reputation of NASA. As mentioned previously by President John F. Kennedy, “No single space project in this period will be more impressive to mankind, or more important for the long-range exploration of space; and none will be so difficult or expensive to accomplish.” Even though the U.S. government is in the midst of a financial crisis, they need to look at the bigger goal. If the government does not increase NASA’s funds, the superpower could lose its status as a leading technological hub and the debts would keep piling on. As a result, the U.S. would fall behind other competitors such as Russia, China and India who have the same goal as NASA.
The success of Risk Risks are the something people will take to achieve a goal, in which, that is what set those people apart from the rest. Those people are then labelled as the greats. Now, those who exceed the label of great, accomplish this by continuing taking risks, even after they do not reach their goals. Taking risks is what pushes people to do the unthinkable, and that is how we accomplish progress. Taking a risk is a necessary part of achieving success.
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 of science and technology, and create new economic opportunities for businesses to take advantage of.
The Space Race, the geopolitical and astronomical contest between the Cold War rivals of USA and the USSR signified the period of meteoric rise to the pinnacle of human advancement, innovation and exploration. The influential impacts and importance of the Space Race transcended the world’s perspective towards the immeasurable potential of human accomplishment and the exponential capacity of human audacity. Moreover, the Space Race vindicated and perpetuated the power of hope, optimism and our willingness to dream the impossible. Through the Space Race, the world witnessed remarkable advancements by the two nations and their unrelenting pursuit for scientific, economical and political recognition. From the first successful launch and elliptical
Taking risk is something we do every day and we may not even know it. Just walking outside is taking a risk; you could get killed or someone can take you. Also, taking a risk help us grow as a person and we can learn from taking those risks. It makes us who we are. Something taking risks can have a good and a bad outcome.