The Importance Of Space Exploration

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To be a man is to be curious. “The important thing is not to stop questioning,” said Albert Einstein. Being curious humans, many considered to have the desire to travel around the world, curious of every corner of the planet they are living in. The world is definitely big, making the universe even bigger. The universe is believed to hold many mysteries. “There are things that are known and things that are unknown; in between is exploration,” Anonymous. Human’s activity in space has been a great help to improve the quality of life on earth. Every day, space exploration fulfills people’s curiosity. In the latter half of the 20th century, it is said that rockets were finally developed to be powerful enough to overcome the force of gravity, opening space exploration. Space exploration needs to be supported as it gives people benefits in education, great inventions, and to protect the earth.
Space exploration is believed to have given a big help to many scientists to answers various scientific questions. Without space exploration, human would not be able to know the answer to question such as the existence of planets outside of earth, whether or not human can breathe normally in space as they can on earth, or is the sun a star or a planet. As important as space exploration for scientists, it is also believed to be important and influential for the people. Space exploration is a trigger for humankind to think more about the universe, questioning many things, such as whether there
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