Let’s say, for a moment, that humans don’t wipe each other out with some kind of nuclear war or via climate change. Let’s say we get our stuff together and find some kind of peace and harmony to leave for future generations. Sounds pretty good, right?
It is still true. The news on Tom Cruise going to space is still true. After announcements made earlier this in year in May, news updates during September still confirm the exciting plan for our first live space movie with Tom Cruise.
The discovery of a whole new cosmic world in outer space delights everyone's mind. Constantly trying to inform the universe. Being extensive research. The success that has been achieved in space research today would never have been possible without the use of information and communication technology. One day in the century space discovery will have to take the help of technology for more research. The search for humans and robotics in space has brought enormous benefits to this world and the people who live in it.
The Real-Life Plan to Colonize Mars by 2032
If we ever hope to colonize our solar system and eventually other star systems, then nations will need to work together and create an International Space Agency (INSA). NASA and the space command centers will make up the INSA and other nations that cannot afford a space program will be able to join. All nations that help in any way will be part of the INSA.
It has been known for some time that an intricate network of valleys and what appear to be river beds are present on the surface of Mars, carved in ancient times by running water according to one of the main theories.
Look at the night sky. What do you see? If the weather is suitable, you would see numerous stars illuminating the sky and a moon! But has it ever questioned you how these stars are created?
In my previous story, I wrote about a low mass star called a Red Dwarf Star. In their, I mentioned a few crucial things that are needed to understand this article. Here they are briefly:
Recently NASA launched the Perseverance rover to mars which exploring and gathering knowledge about ancient life on Mars. It will also collect samples of Martian soil and leave them on surface of mars for pick up by future mars missions. It is also equipped with a helicopter to test flights in Martian atmosphere. If successful it will be the third rover to be deployed on the red planet. By far it is the most advanced and sophisticated rover ever designed and the total mission cost is whooping 3 billion dollars. UAE also launched its first mars missions and there are upcoming missions by Chinese space agency ISRO and ESA. So, the question arises that why NASA and other space agencies around the world spend billions of dollars on space missions when that money can easily be invested in education healthcare and most importantly at eradicating poverty.
If you are connected in science and technology and follow all the space missions that are carried out both by NASA and by private initiative, you may have already asked a classic question: after all, what is the use of sending equipment and people to space?