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Is spending money on space exploration necessary?

Is spending money on space exploration necessary?

Even a fraction of the money spent annually on space exploration could save millions of people in poverty-stricken countries, and improve living conditions for future generations. The foundations of the world we live in are largely based on science and it is indeed vital to extend our knowledge of the universe.

Should we explore space?

The dangers exist and knowledge can allow us as a species to survive. Without the ability to reach out across space, the chance to save ourselves might not exist. Earth is the only planet known to sustain life, but our ability to adapt could eventually allow us to inhabit other planets and moons.

How much money do we spend on space exploration?

The United States spent more than $200 billion on the space shuttle and another $50 billion on the International Space Station. From its creation in 1958 through 2018, the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) spent almost one trillion inflation-adjusted dollars.

Is space exploration a waste of money in India?

India is not wasting money but making a massive investment. This investment has paid off as the Indian Space Research Organisation, or Isro, has had many countries hiring its facilities to launch their own satellites. Hence, there is no way that expenditure on space missions can be regarded as “wasting” money.

How much money have we spent on exploring Mars?

All previous misisons to Mars have cost billions of dollars and Perseverance is no different. NASA expects to spend $2.7 billion on the project according to research from The Planetary society, a figure that is expected to rise to $2.9 billion when inflation adjustments are included at the end of its lifespan.

How does NASA spend its money?

Nearly half of NASA’s budget is spent on research, development and manufacturing of technologies. When programs are in development (building or creating the tools necessary to accomplish a program’s goals), NASA spends more on technology.

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