Why Explore the Universe & Outer Space? (team curated)
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Welcome to Celestia ... The free space simulation that lets you explore our universe in three dimensions.
The debate whether people or robots should explore outer space has caused quite a bit of contention recently, so I thought that a more detailed investigation between both sides of the argument was needed.
The main purpose of N.A.S.A. is space exploration and discovery . This purpose is neither practical nor directly helps all of humanity.
To this day, I am still surprised that there is a debate if space exploration should migrate from government programs to corporations.
Once in space, the biggest threat to astronauts and spacecrafts is space debris .
Read any debate about space exploration, and this question will invariably come up. “Why should we be spending money exploring space when there are so many problems here on Earth that we need to solve first?”
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