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    Space discovery and exploration There is an uncountable number of stars in the known universe, this statement belongs to University of California at Santa Barbara Science Line. In other words, there are so many planets that, theoretically, it would be possible to count them but because to their number this task seems more like impassible. That is a big intrigue; presumably, in the universe can be uncountable number of planets similar to our planet in many ways, such as natural…

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    CBS’s television series Men into Space, Colonel Edward McCauley, played by actor William Lundigan, presented a powerful but human side to space exploration: "No matter where he travels, one thing will always be the same: man himself. Human nature will not change in the strange outposts of space. There will always be love and hate, courage and fear” (Neufeld 10). Yet, in 1960 when the program first aired, the astronauts were not the ones who experienced the thrill of space, but rather the 180…

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    Final Frontier: US government funding manned space flight missions I have always wondered how stars would look like from a different planet. The universe around us is unknown and undiscovered. Investigating space could reveal answers to being alone in the universe. Governments all around the world want the achievement of space exploration. The US government should continue to fund manned space flight missions because it could lead to further research on space, the colonization of other planets,…

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    the topic of space exploration, the authors of these two articles provide different perspectives of what the future of space exploration could look like. Kuman Krishen’s article, “Technology Needs for Future Space Exploration,”…

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    Only fifty years ago, exploring space would be a daunting task. These days, humanity is much more experienced in this endeavor with the multiple successful missions doing so. Space exploration is the traveling through the unknowns of space and the research of extraterrestrial bodies using spacecrafts. This includes sending both man and unmanned spacecrafts meant to observe and travel to planets and asteroids. Currently, we live at the dawn of a new space age powered by technological advancements…

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    Space Exploration. Also known as, the journey into the unknown that our young astronauts are trained to endure for the further extension of humanity. However, we must ask ourselves how humane space exploration really is. We send these skilled individuals into a never-ending night hoping from their safe return from the final frontier. And space exploration should be nothing more than the final frontier, as it must be eliminated. The excursion itself is very costly and is being paid for by…

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    “Space exploration is a force of nature unto itself that no other force in society can rival.” (Greene) The famous astrophysicist and astronomer, Neil Degrasse Tyson, one said these powerful words. To paraphrase, Neil Degrasse Tyson meant is that space exploration is unlike anything else as it compels people to explore, explore the unknown and themselves. (Greene) Ever since I was little, I have always admired outer space with all of its stars and comets and wanted to learn more about it. Due to…

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    intensity of the moment began to build, the famous, everlasting words of Neil Armstrong would create an era of fevered space exploration and excitement that will be unparalleled in the century to come. As moon missions became an almost routine event through the Apollo missions, this fevered excitement began to decay until the Apollo missions were terminated and funding for space exploration became almost non-existent. It is now our generation's turn to rekindled the burning embers of our…

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    Why is space exploration important One year ago NASA made there own twin experiment. Scott Kelly was sent to the ISS while his identical twin brother stayed on Earth. About 340 days later Scott comes back to Earth, riding inside the snug soyuz coming back with him is Mikhail Korniyenko. While kelly-the-Earthbound wasn 't really doing anything besides collecting blood, urine, and saliva for research, NASA is also been taking samples from his brother. And by comparing the samples they 'll…

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    humans had set foot on a celestial body other than Earth, irrevocably transforming the scope of human existence and the latent considerations of space colonisation. One must consider a plethora of important decisions regarding space exploration. The ethical framework provides guidelines for what is fundamentally right and wrong regarding human resolves in space. Geoengineering, the large scale application of technology on a climate system raises many ethical issues to be addressed. Humans are…

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