The Pros And Cons Of Space Exploration

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According to oxforddictionaries.com (accessed 19th July 2016): Firstly, waste means to use carelessly, extravagantly, or to no purpose. Secondly, money is a medium of trading universally accepted when buying and selling. Thirdly, space is the physical universe beyond the earth’s atmosphere. Lastly, exploration means to travel an unfamiliar area and learn about it. Finally, NASA is National Aeronautics and Space Administration of the United States of America.
“We would never have got a chance to go outside and look at the Earth if it had not been for space exploration and NASA” (James Lovelock, BSc). Humankind have always wanted to discover universe since their inception, from Yuri Gagarin to Neil Armstrong, from the Apollo missions to the Hubble Space Telescope. Moreover, space travel is accelerating the process of increasing wisdom for people to explain mysteries of prehistoric Earth. For example, what’s the age of the Earth and how did the first living specie came to life. Thus, as understanding and knowledge of human expands at the present, people can discover more aspects of the universe. But costs of project-related space exploration take a big percentage of the budget in countries that take part in space discovery.
This research will analyse the figures of the budget of governments spending on space exploration. Besides the other issues in society that needs money to solve. The question is that should money be used on society problems or on discovering outer

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