I’m am going to tell you what people are going to do in the future. NASA is trying to make new developments to their research by exploring more of space. One way that they will do that is by trying to send people to Mars. Another place they want to send people is to an asteroid. The spaceship that is going to Mars has to be the best. It will hold four astronauts. Its name is the NASA Orion spacecraft. To help make sure that the spaceship works , they will send the Orion up to take an asteroid that is close to the Earth and then put in orbit around the moon. Then astronauts will observe the asteroid from the moon.
Why do you think NASA should be unfunded? I think they NASA should be funded because they have an excellent crew and the projects made wouldn’t have happened without NASA. First, they’ve gotten a man on the moon! There’s rovers on Mars now discovering if people can live on there in the next couple of decades. They’ve sent a voyager to Jupiter to discover the patterns of the planet. Lately, the organization has started to create hover boards. They’ve supported students to do spacewalk training like an astronaut in a 6.2 million gallon pool. The crew has found new horizons past Pluto. Overall, the organization has done a numerous amount of discoveries since they were founded on July 29, 1958. They’ve taught children, parents, or anyone about
Before exploring the reasons as to why the U.S government should fund NASA, it is first necessary to observe what percentage of people think that NASA’s budget should be raised and why they do so. According to Thompson (2013), “76 percent of Americans agree that NASA’s budget should be increased to 1 percent of the total federal budget to fund initiatives, including a mission to Mars” (p.1). There are two reasons behind supporting the funding of NASA. Firstly, the main reason as to why people support space activities is curiosity. 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 idea of travelling to space is one of the driving factors for people to support funding of space exploration. Most people hope that maybe someday travelling to space for a vacation or living on a different planet would be possible. This brings us to another issue. As the world faces issues like climate change and overpopulation, it is becoming difficult to accommodate all the inhabitants of the earth due to lack of space and natural resources. It is therefore crucial for governments to help resolve this issue. Funding of space exploration could help us solve this problem by developing new technology that could perhaps replicate the earth’s atmospheric conditions on a different planet. This way peoples dream of one day living on a different planet could become a reality.
Should we spend taxpayer money to invest in the space program? The space program is a program to pioneer the future in space exploration. The program has consumed about 18.4 billion dollars on trying to explore the barren and empty place they call space. This money that 's used on this space exploration comes from our taxpayers.
“Nothing can stop the man with the right mental attitude from achieving his goal; nothing on earth can help the man with the wrong mental attitude” - Thomas Jefferson. This quote is most notably upheld by famed astronomer and astrophysicist Neil Degrasse Tyson, who pushes through each day with the goal of not only doing his best for the good of science, but for the common good of the people. His achievements involving things like recording information found by the Hubble Telescope and other large scientific missions have thrust the country forward in terms of knowledge and innovation. After examining the life of Neil Degrasse Tyson, one could only admit the impact he has made on modern society because of his scientific achievements and his selfless desire to teach the general public not only to learn about space, but to be curious about everything, has been astronomical.
Space has helped hone the skills of scientist. By using satellite technology for space, they were able to use the same concept for Earth. Even with all the benefits of space, its major down falls are cost, risks, and low chances of reward for their efforts. Many space explorations cost fortunes with little to come out of it, making it almost seem not worth it. The risk is another key factor, with little known about the majority of space, many outliers can appear out of nowhere and can cause death to anyone that happens to be working up there.
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.
Science often sparks many debates because of its controversiality. The scientific advancements that have occurred over the last few decades have received attention because of the funding and regulation from the government that is required. Although some people support government regulation of scientific advancements, others do not. Scientific advancements are the development of the natural world and its surroundings that are meant to enhance life. Government regulation is control by authorities to establish order. A totalitarian government is a government in which the state has complete control and acts dictatorial. In Aldous Huxley’s most widely acclaimed novel, Brave New World, government regulation on scientific advancement is criticized through the use of Huxley’s satire in what appears to be a
Introduction Once a government monopoly, today space travel has now been expanded to private corporations. The resulting pros and cons have left the international community with questions to answer and decisions to make on the use of private companies in space. The privatization of space endeavors have brought on exciting new opportunities.
It's hard to dazzle us. But for 25 years the United States space program had been doing just that." (22) This was an exciting time to be in the US when they went up into space was a big deal. Evering knowing the risk that comes going into space people still want to do
I. Introduction a. Now let me tell you one thing, are you satisfied with how our world is. If we were to stop all research and development of new technologies, would that sit well with you? I am not ok with this because I for see a vast and great future for our nation and this future is set to begin in the stars. Our nation the United States needs to boost its efforts in the exploration of outer space and as well as be the front runner in this pursuit for new knowledge. b.
Before the space race The United States hadn’t done much exploring in space or what they could send up into space but this race with the Soviet Union encouraged the United States to start exploring their limits and everything outside of our world. The United States’ first achievement was the explorer one which was the first satellite sent into space. This helped them to understand their limits on space exploration as said in this quote "We believe that when men reach beyond this planet, they should leave their national differences behind them." President John F. Kennedy, 1962. The space race has impacted the world in a way that has given everyone the idea that there really are no limits if you set your mind to something and you really want to do
NASA scientist needed a major achievement to turn it around. In 1961, President Kennedy explained to the population of America in a speech, that the United States of America will send a man to the moon within the next ten years. He launched the Moon Race. It was a major challenge that cost 25 Billion dollars to the Americans(“NASA”), but that could have an incredible impact on the world by improving technology and how people were perceiving the world. The Soviet proposed a moon program, so that both nation could collaborate effectively together in order to develop new technologies and be on the moon faster, unfortunately because of their opposite opinions and point of view this program failed and both countries worked alone (“The Space Race”).
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