Can we live in space?

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https://www.google.com/search?rlz=1CAQZUX_enGB873&ei=p7jWXZOFMpuR8gLzq6GYCw&q=can+we+live+in+space&oq=can+we+live+in+space&gs_l=psy-ab.3..0l2j0i22i30l8.26017.31050..31526...0.2..0.117.1890.25j2......0....1..gwswiz.......0i71j0i13i30j0i273j0i131.1hyLdYu4eK4&ved=0ahUKEwjT9PqY2vvlAhWbiFwKHfNVCLMQ4dUDCAs&uact=5&safe=active&ssui=onUnder 'People Ask' Is it possible to live in space?

Firstly, what would happen to humans when being in space? According to Google, NASA has learned that the ecosystem inside the spacecraft plays a big role in astronaut life. Microbes can change characteristics in space and microorganisms that naturally live on your body are transferred more easily from person to person in closed habitats like the space station. This means that space can affect the human body when in space.

https://www.herox.com/blog/325-how-can-we-build-things-in-space

Secondly, how will we build? According to HEROx, if the humans physically there, they have to be housed, fed and kept happy in between doing their work. If they're working from far away, there is a time delay to consider -- on Mars, the average 20-minute wait between transmission and reception means the rovers used there can't go very far. This explains how difficult it would be to contact and communicate to other people when far away from each other while building in space.

https://cen.acs.org/articles/96/i1/build-settlements-Mars-ll-need.html

Finally, how will we be able to transfer the materials that we need across space? If we try moving life over to the planet of Mars, hauling building materials across 225 million km of space—the average distance between Earth and Mars—would be a nightmare. According to C&EN, it costs about $4,000 to launch a kilogram of material to low Earth orbit and many times that amount to send it to Mars, so trying to ship tons of concrete would be financially ruinous and logistically very difficult, says Robert P. Mueller, senior technologist for advanced products development at the Swamp Works, an innovation laboratory he cofounded at NASA’s Kennedy Space Center. This explains how much money it would cost, how long it would take and how hard it would be to transfer materials into space.

In conclusion, living and transferring life into space would be financially, logistically and physically difficult. It is possible that we will discover a way to live in space in the future but at the moment, it would cost a large amount of money and time to complete such a task.

Have any other opinions or information? Comment below.

Comments (76)

  • Olivia-Avatar.jpg Olivia @ the BNC
    05 Dec 2019

    Excellent research that shows time has been put in to answering your questions in your own words. Well done!

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  • Lyons Hall Primary School intrepid_hurricane | Lyons Hall Primary School B
    06 Dec 2019

    I think that we could live not in space, but a new planet that scientists say is ‘another Earth’ and when I did research, I found that this new planet looks like it has water and land and possibly life!

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    1. Phoenix-logo-250x250.jpg independent_sparrow | Phoenix Primary School
      intrepid_hurricane's comment 06 Dec 2019

      I agree whith you intrepid_hurricane because some sientits are infestigating that mars could
      susstane life

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    2. Phoenix-logo-250x250.jpg inspired_football | Phoenix Primary School
      intrepid_hurricane's comment 07 Dec 2019

      this can be true but can you tell me how far it is from our position in our solar system

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  • Phoenix-logo-250x250.jpg independent_sparrow | Phoenix Primary School
    06 Dec 2019

    we mite one day but I don think to soon

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  • Phoenix-logo-250x250.jpg independent_sparrow | Phoenix Primary School
    06 Dec 2019

    sientists are infestigating every day and n one knows they might find life in space even if its just on one planet

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  • Phoenix-logo-250x250.jpg inspired_football | Phoenix Primary School
    07 Dec 2019

    if it is far how are we going to reach it in addition to this it isn't sure if we can live there

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  • Hillyfield School logo wonderful_independence | Hillyfield Primary Academy
    09 Dec 2019

    I love your post because
    It included loads on information
    It gave ideas in which we should live in space or not
    It also gave information from other space websites
    It gave links of different types of videos
    And it gave different types of questions that some people can't answer, or want to know the answer to

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  • Hammond School logo careful_fox | Hammond Junior School C
    09 Dec 2019

    I don't we should live in space because we have earth as a planet and we have homes here it would be good if we could go to space and explore it because it might fun

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  • Hammond School logo tidy_hen | Hammond Junior School C
    09 Dec 2019

    It would be like a trampoline and we would need an impecible amount of food and oxygen

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  • Lyons Hall Primary School healthy_deer | Lyons Hall Primary School C
    10 Dec 2019

    I think that we can explore space because...if we find out enoth about space we can then travel there.

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  • Lyons Hall Primary School glad_avocado | Lyons Hall Primary School C
    10 Dec 2019

    No because you would die if you breathed in the air then you would die. if you would want to live in space then the only way to live there is to spend your life in a rocket ship.But remember there probably have to be a lot of ships going up there carry everything.Such as food

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  • Lyons Hall Primary School spectacular_painting | Lyons Hall Primary School C
    10 Dec 2019

    who would want to live in space. i wouldn't
    i have a lot of reasons for this .
    (1) we could blow up 🤯🙀🤯
    (2)we could get ill 🤢🤮🤧
    (3) we could run out of oxygen
    (4) we could run out of food🍕🍔🍟🌭🍿🥓🧇🥞🍞🥐🥯🥖🥗🥪🥟🍱🍘🍙🍚🍛🍜🦪🍣🍤

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      1. Lyons Hall Primary School spectacular_painting | Lyons Hall Primary School C
        genuine_cat's comment 28 Jan 2020

        i like them and it might help people understand what i am posting

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    1. Hammond School logo fantastic_mode | Hammond Junior School B
      spectacular_painting's comment 22 Jan 2020

      Yeah but you can do most of these on earth. Well you could not run out of oxygen on earth but you can basically do everything you do on earth,just you will always float and it could actually be really good fun!

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  • Lyons Hall Primary School agreeable_newspaper | Lyons Hall Primary School C
    10 Dec 2019

    I don't think it would be fair to travel to space and leave everybody else on earth because only wealthy people could go to space. As well as this the rocket might break if too many people might be in the rocket which would not end up very well

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  • Lyons Hall Primary School invigorated_tornado | Lyons Hall Primary School C
    10 Dec 2019

    Personally, I think that this is a wast of time and money as it would cost $4000 to launch only 1 kilogram of material down to earth. Also it would be very hard to communicate.

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  • Hammond School logo resilient_apple | Hammond Junior School B
    10 Dec 2019

    I think we could live in space if we figure out how to keep our body's healthy and what is a good material to make a sturdy spaceship so it's like a spacecraft and then we can live in space

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  • Hammond School logo determined_shrimp | Hammond Junior School B
    10 Dec 2019

    We can't live in space because.

    Firstly, oxygen would be extremely hard to generate because trees breathe out oxygen and breathe in carbon dioxide. I can't think of a way to plant trees in space. No one would be able to explore the outside world and get water. Imagine leaving all our wildlife and our planet we love and enjoy.

    Secondly, black holes could suck up the house at any moment. I wouldn't enjoy living and having a massive risk of a black hole sucking me up. I would rather enjoy life on Earth than in space having a lot of worries.

    Finnaly space doesn't have gravity so when we are in our house, we would be flying and we couldn't sleep on a bed or do anything. It is impossible because our house would float too. People could just float away from sivilization in a mater of seconds. I wouldn't enjoy that!

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    1. Hammond School logo free_hedgehog | Hammond Junior School A
      determined_shrimp's comment 13 Dec 2019

      I agree 'determined _shrimp'with your comment.

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  • Hammond School logo exuberant_orangutan | Hammond Junior School C
    10 Dec 2019

    firstly, well done zestful_editor! This is really well written!

    i believe that it will be really difficult to live in space, because we will need a really big rocket to carry the minerals we need and the oxygen we need for the 500 day wait on mars. But, it is possible, our space engineers are slowly, but surely getting us to mars.

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  • Lyons Hall Primary School happy_fact | Lyons Hall Primary School B
    10 Dec 2019

    On the one hand, lots of people think that althouagh going into space sounds cool, it is the right thing to do to not go to space. This is because they put health and safety before anything else! They believe that it could affect the human body so much it's not even worth thinking about going to space!

    On the other hand, others believe that even though we are loaded with facts that going up there could be super harmful to our bodies, discovering and experiencing things in space is way more important than our health and safety!

    After approaching the information with open mindedness and scepticism I strongly believe that not living in space is the right thing to do. This is beacause I am worried about humans dying out. Because of climate change this could be even more of a problem. I have more reasons stated above!

    BETTER SAFE THAN SORRY!!!!!!!

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    1. tom Tom @ the BNC
      happy_fact's comment 11 Dec 2019

      Well done for giving reasons for either side. To improve, perhaps think about whether humans dying out is realistic and how this affects your thinking!

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  • Lyons Hall Primary School funny_groundhog | Lyons Hall Primary School D
    11 Dec 2019

    we could get IL 🤢🤮🤧and die👻🦴

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  • Hammond School logo versatile_molecule | Hammond Junior School B
    11 Dec 2019

    On one hand, living in space means we cannot use resources from the earth so will have to use an external power source like the energy from the sun which would cost a lot and be risky, we need energy to survive in this day and age. In addition to this it would be very risky to colonise a planet that we have not scanned the terrain and climate of and that might be difficult if we do not have a base we can receive messages from.

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  • Upton-Cross-logo-250x250.jpg objective_harp | Upton Cross Primary School A
    11 Dec 2019

    One reason for this is people could:
    Get lost in space
    People would feel bad
    People wouldn’t have enough food
    And people maybe could die

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  • Braiswick Primary School succinct_leaves | Braiswick Primary School
    11 Dec 2019

    First and foremost, I just wanted to say that this is a really good post, and it was fun to read your post and write this comment. I think it would be possible to live in space as I am showing in this comment.

    To live in space would be incredibly hard, however, because of the sun’s harsh rays, the coldness of space and meteors, and we need our best equipment to survive, just like we already do. We are always proving that it is possible to live in space (by exploring it) time and time again. But the longest recorded time in space is 437 days and 18 hours (done by Valeri Polyakov, a Russian astronaut) not close to long enough to properly live there. We could, in theory, keep going back and forth between Earth and space, but people don’t really want to be taking the sometimes as long as a day adventure on a regular basis, rather than living their lives. But not everything is that simple . . .

    When in space, astronauts experience lots of changes to their bodies, most of them for the worst. There bones get thinner and weaker because they don’t use them - unlike we do on Earth. Also, astronauts experience all their blood in our bodies going to their heads because of the zero-gravity factor, different to what happens on Earth, and so does the water. This causes astronauts’ faces to look puffy, but it isn’t only visual changes. Because all the fluids rush to the head, the brain thinks there are too many, and tells the body to make less. This has an affect on the body once returned safely to Earth, since there aren’t many fluids, and astronauts have to rest for a few days. This means astronauts and soon-to-be ordinary people can’t spend too much time in space to stop lots of harmful effects: a slowing of cardiovascular systems functions, decreases production of red blood cells, eyesight disorders, and many more definitely unhelpful things.

    To conclude, I think it would be possible to live in space, obviously with the right equipment and tools. But it would be a huge risk to try and do so as we are just sending astronauts out there, with no definite of surviving.

    Websites I used: https://theconversation.com/curious-kids-can-people-live-in-space-120334
    https://www.nasa.gov/audience/forstudents/k-4/home/F_Living_in_Space.html
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Valeri_Polyakov
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/International_Space_Station
    https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Effect_of_spaceflight_on_the_human_body

    succinct_leaves

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  • Hammond School logo jolly_seahorse | Hammond Junior School A
    12 Dec 2019

    We can live in space because earth is in space

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  • Hillyfield School logo triumphant_performance | Hillyfield Primary Academy
    12 Dec 2019

    I liked your reasons and infomation

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  • Hillyfield School logo genuine_engineer | Hillyfield Primary Academy
    12 Dec 2019

    Transferring life into space is not necessary. It would cost billions of dollars and we're happy here. Are'nt we

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  • Millbank-logo-250x250.jpg charming_honeyberry | Millbank Academy A
    12 Dec 2019

    we could but there is no oxygen in space.In 100 years we could live on Mars.

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  • Hammond School logo fantastic_mode | Hammond Junior School B
    13 Dec 2019

    Humans are great at living in tough places. Even before we developed modern technology, we had spread out to live in all of Earth’s continents – from the really cold areas in North America, Europe and Asia, to the hottest parts of Australia. But there are still lots of places on Earth humans can’t normally survive – like underneath the ocean, or at the South Pole.

    Those places are dangerous – without protection, you would die in seconds or minutes. But, thanks to modern technology, we’ve worked out how to live there. People can live for months at a time under the oceans, or down at the icy South Pole.

    How do they manage it? Well, they find a way to make the conditions there more like what we’re used to at
    Space is very dangerous – and without protection, people would not be able to survive there. In space, there’s no air – so you couldn’t breathe. It’s cold – so you’d freeze. And there’s lots of nasty radiation (from the Sun, and from the rest of the Universe), so you’d get really, really bad sunburn. But despite all that, we have people living in space all the time!

    There’s this amazing place orbiting the Earth called the International Space Station – and there are people who live there, all day, every day. You can sometimes even see it from your back yard, on a clear night!

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    1. Olivia-Avatar.jpg Olivia @ the BNC
      fantastic_mode's comment 13 Dec 2019

      Please write all comments in your own words.

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      1. Hammond School logo fantastic_mode | Hammond Junior School B
        Olivia @ the BNC's comment 13 Dec 2019

        Ok sorry and how did you know.Im really sorry for copying.

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        1. Olivia-Avatar.jpg Olivia @ the BNC
          fantastic_mode's comment 13 Dec 2019

          Yes. Tom and I will check work on Google and see whether it has been copied. Please re-write!

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  • Hammond School logo giving_elephant | Hammond Junior School A
    13 Dec 2019

    You can live in space but you will need food ,drinks and somewhere to sleep

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  • Hammond School logo free_hedgehog | Hammond Junior School A
    13 Dec 2019

    I don't think it would be possible because are lack of oxygen,food and water could have a limited supply so we wouldn't live long.we would also need the right equipment to live on another planet such as space suits,ships and others(great post)

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  • Hammond School logo spirited_pear | Hammond Junior School A
    13 Dec 2019

    We could live in space it would be a huge risk but if we had the right equipment we could succeed and find new discoverys wich would be a great win.

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  • Hammond School logo joyful_seagull | Hammond Junior School A
    13 Dec 2019

    I believe we can live in space although I do not think we deserve to as we have not been able to maintain the Earth we live on so we will go from planet to planet destroying every one we live on.

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  • Hammond School logo zestful_mouse | Hammond Junior School A
    13 Dec 2019

    It would be amazing to live in space because you could get a wonderful experience I would love to live in space so I could find out what could be the future.

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  • Hammond School logo giving_elephant | Hammond Junior School A
    13 Dec 2019

    I like how you thought about if we can live in space and also you need to tweak it a little bit

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  • Richmond-Hill-logo-250x250.jpg kind_hurricane | Richmond Hill Academy
    13 Dec 2019

    i think could live on mars if there was oxygen and apparently there is acid rain

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  • St-Gregorys-logo-250x250.jpg serious_meaning | St Gregory's Catholic Primary School
    13 Dec 2019

    I think that people can live in space and people cant live in space because you cant breathe in space and there is no gravity and where will we get food or water😢

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  • St-Gregorys-logo-250x250.jpg observant_jambul | St Gregory's Catholic Primary School
    13 Dec 2019

    I think we can live in space because people already do if we have enough food water and a space to sleep (and to do our business) we would be okay to live in space even though we have to have our suits on all day and to live in a capsule thing (:

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  • Lyons Hall Primary School bold_blackcurrant | Lyons Hall Primary School A
    14 Dec 2019

    In my opinion I think we could live in space but it might be quite tricky. We’d have to find a way to farm in space, have enough supplies and oxygen. We would also need a water source . We would need to find a planet with a safe area to live in and enough sunlight to plant trees and grow crops.

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  • Millbank-logo-250x250.jpg charming_honeyberry | Millbank Academy A
    15 Dec 2019

    I think this is not possible because if we need the toilet and bother things that involve taking off our suit how will we breath because theres no oxygen in space so how will we survive?

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  • Braiswick Primary School spirited_insect | Braiswick Primary School
    15 Dec 2019

    This is just a question but, when you say could we live in Space, aren’t we already positioned in Space as Earth is in Space, or do you mean where you float and there is no gravity. Just a blessed question l.

    It would help if this was answered.
    And if it is true that you mean in Space and the galaxy, there is no evidence as Anything could happen, but I think it is impossible at the moment because we would keep on floating and we could not stay in one position to build.

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  • Hammond School logo brilliant_ibex | Hammond Junior School D
    15 Dec 2019

    I don't think we should live in space, because if we tried to even get to a planet like Mars, it would probably take quite a long time. So if we went to another planet further away like Saturn, you would probably be travelling for the rest of your life. Also, if something went wrong if you were on another planet, or if you were travelling in a spaceship, you probably wouldn't know what to do. Even if you did know what to do, you probably wouldn't get back to Earth in time, so that means you would probably die. That's why I think we shouldn't live in space.

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  • St-Gregorys-logo-250x250.jpg energetic_cherry | St Gregory's Catholic Primary School
    16 Dec 2019

    I agree with brilliant ibex because if we go to live in space there is no gravity so all our things will just float away and we won't be needing to get the same thing again that just got lost from gravity.👌👌

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  • St-Gregorys-logo-250x250.jpg shy_desert | St Gregory's Catholic Primary School
    16 Dec 2019

    I think living in space is not a very good idea .1.We would run out of oxygen.2.We would get sick and ill.3.We would run out of food and water .4. And last one we would float everywhere so I basically have the same idea as spectacular_painting.

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  • St-Gregorys-logo-250x250.jpg gentle_strategy | St Gregory's Catholic Primary School
    16 Dec 2019

    no we cant because they will get bored of floating around when trying to eat or drink . How can they go to the toilet? also no home apart from a rocket going around to see planets .But it would be cool if alians are reall so we can see them but hopfully they are freindly to us so they dont eat us.

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  • St-Gregorys-logo-250x250.jpg shrewd_tree | St Gregory's Catholic Primary School
    16 Dec 2019

    This comment is interesting 🤔I think I am crossed between the 2 of living in space and not
    Yes: Yes because the Earth is experiencing pollution which is bad for us and if we go to space we will get away from the pollution and stuff
    No: If we move to space we might ruin space with our plastic then the whole universe will be RUINED 😫😫😖😞☹
    Then we will all get sick🤢🤮🤧🤒
    If we are all sick all the babies will die 👶
    If all the babies that are born die no more human will come to earth (or space) ❌🧑👩❌
    Then when humans all die of old age 👵👴🧓no more humans will come to replace them THEN THERE WILL BE NO HUMANS!!!

    So stop with the plastic please✅💚


    Bye! 👱‍♀️

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  • St-Gregorys-logo-250x250.jpg positive_reflection | St Gregory's Catholic Primary School
    16 Dec 2019

    I think it would be half and half because we could live in space and have a new experience and see how its different to earth and similar.But if we live in space things could be really difficult and what if somebody gets lost or what if somebody cant take it in space🌌💈.

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  • St-Gregorys-logo-250x250.jpg elated_currency | St Gregory's Catholic Primary School
    16 Dec 2019

    soon yes we will live in space but only one planet , Mars . This is only the most inhabitable planet in space and the universe people will like the new changes and some people wont and i think its great to have an extra planet in case climate change gets the best of us . There will be space tours in a very stable rocket but can have some problems along the way,it will just be like flying in an ordinary plane going on an ordinary trip to outside or magnificent outside world.

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  • St-Gregorys-logo-250x250.jpg focused_panther | St Gregory's Catholic Primary School
    16 Dec 2019

    I think the big trend of wanting to live on space is cool but at the same time many things could go wrong that wont happen on the earth. The food will eventually run out as will your air in the bag on the suit witch keeps you alive and breathing.
    You may also feel bored at times as the moon is only a huge ball of rock witch you float around on. When your on the ground and think about floating in space, most people get exited but when your actually up there, you will soon get bored of the same old thing all the time.

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  • The Sherwood School grateful_crab | The Sherwood School
    17 Dec 2019

    It is a yes and a no from me of the idea of living on Mars and in space since NASA hasn't fully explored it and due to the water on the planet it is very possible their could be unidentified life forms which could possibly be dangerous. If mars has at least some kind of oxygen, probably not , we would most definitely be unable to live there. But there is possible chances and we will find out as scientific research continuously. Recently, 3-4 female astronauts were meant to go to Mars but NASA hadn't made the suit big and strong enough to with stand the air pressure and could not hold enough oxygen, but it is obvious NASA is trying to discover more and I think they are on to something big.


    It is most likely the next inter galactic mission will be taken to Mars with the correct equipment to withstand the circumstances. Lastly I think we would not be able to inhabit Mars due to the sudden storms and unexpected weather conditions. It is possible scientists could figure out the weather in Mars using the equipment used on Earth but the weather and signal could affect the outcome and we would not be prepared.

    In summary, I believe we could NOT inhabit Mars..

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    1. tom Tom @ the BNC
      grateful_crab's comment 18 Dec 2019

      Well done for summarising either side here, grateful_crab.

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  • Hammond School logo genuine_cat | Hammond Junior School A
    19 Dec 2019

    We should focus on actually getting a man to Mars, rather than looking to live there. We can not afford to look to far ahead, we need to things on step at a time. Living on Mars or any planet is the step after travelling there. It would be more efficient to class getting to Mars as a separate mission from living there. We could have two budgets then! Following on from that, if we make a rover which travels to a planet and also starts to make housing, it would be worse than one rover to travel, and then inside that robot... a rover to build and release objects. I do see where other people are coming from on this matter, obviously one robot to travel and build would be more cost and environmently friendly.

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  • Hammond School logo versatile_molecule | Hammond Junior School B
    19 Dec 2019

    I believe we should not live in space. Living in space presents many risks. Firstly, there is getting there and that in it's self presents many risks. For example: in 1967, in a launch rehearsal, three astronauts died in a flash fire, I know technology has advanced since 1967 but traveling further creates more room for error, I was amazed to find out, a couple of weeks ago, that if the launch angle of the rocket is less than a degree of then the rocket will smash into anything beside it. Long periods in space can lead to big amounts of stress, spine compression, DNA damage and muscle loss, if we were to live in space people with high blood pressure might be seriously ill. In addition to this, venturing to live in space will have to be a team effort and countries will have to cooperate, I know that many countries worked together on the ISS but living in space is a much bigger project. We will probably have to venture out of the solar system because all the planets in our solar system have a reason to be uninhabitable. It would also be unethical to colonise a planet that has life, we could spread disease and create a multi species war.
    However, we might have to live in space to save the human race from the red giant fury of the sun.

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    1. tom Tom @ the BNC
      versatile_molecule's comment 20 Dec 2019

      What's the stronger reason here - that an accident has happened before, or that it could happen in the future?

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  • Foxfield-logo-250x250.jpg mindful_wallaby | Foxfield Primary School
    19 Dec 2019

    i think we cant but at the same time can because servive in space if you just have helmet on space but what if we do have enough food

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  • St-Gregorys-logo-250x250.jpg focused_panther | St Gregory's Catholic Primary School
    20 Dec 2019

    I totally agree with you mindful_wallaby because I think that we couldnt really live in space because of the dangers that could happen such as floating away or not having enough of anything like food, water and clothes.
    Another thing i wonder is how you are going to eat your food as you would have your helmet on as their is no oxigen in space.

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  • Phoenix-logo-250x250.jpg willing_saxophone | Phoenix Primary School
    21 Dec 2019

    well u can u need the protecting things to be suited

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  • Morley-Newlands-logo-250x250.jpg resilient_cranberry | Morley Newlands Academy
    01 Jan 2020

    I think you may not be able to live in space . The reason why is you have to bring oxygen from earth and to create more oxygen you have to run water through electricity that is called electrolysis.The air and water from the international space station was originally from earth by people that came to space . That is why you may not be able to survive or live in space

    By resilient_cranberry !

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  • The Sherwood School positive_juniper | The Sherwood School
    23 Jan 2020

    think that if we find other planets we should colonise them because if Climate Change doesn't work out, then we might have to find a new planet to live on and possibly stay on. The people living on the planet might welcome us, and let us live there.

    The downside to colonising another planet is that the people there will definately live a different way to us and, like you said, we could interrupt their way of life and they might kill some of us or order us away. The travel there might affect our skin and change some of our natural features/genes. It would also cost a lot of money to transfer the all humans on Earth to that planet and if we get there and the people there kick us out, we would have wasted a lot of money and some people might of died in the rockets or in the planet

    To conclude, I think that we should not colonise other planets with life for the resons I have stated above.

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  • Boutcher-logo-250x250.jpg loving_tiger | Boutcher C of E Primary School B
    26 Jan 2020

    If we live in space we what to be able to eat and drink because we will die and we won't have a lot of energy left.

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  • global-conversation.png lovable_agency | Rev Father Lemmens Basic School | Ghana
    21 Apr 2020

    I WOULDN'T BECAUSE IT'S A DANGEROUS PLACE TO LIVE. Space is beautiful but humans don't what's up there.and even our astronauts know what they go through and see when they get there.there are those strange beings called aliens living in space,and how can we live with such beings ? There are some poisonous gas in space and we would not be able to live in space for even three years.there some substance on earth that support man's life but some are not in space. We should stay where we are and produce and inherit our motherland so that our children will know their history.

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  • Millbank-logo-250x250.jpg charming_honeyberry | Millbank Academy A
    08 May 2020

    I mean we could but only in about a century and even if we did we would HAVE to have the RIGHT EQUIPMENT.

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  • global-conversation.png centered_nectarine | Zaitoun Prep Girls School B | Occupied Paletinian Territory
    01 Jun 2020

    It always comes to my mind how we will colonize planets other than Earth, meaning that if we find a livable planet instead of Earth, how can people be moved and divide states because people differ in religions and beliefs
    In languages ​​and people, they differ from one race to another in regions where they adapt, some prefer the life of the desert and some prefer housing in agricultural areas .. How can we move to another planet without making this into account. How do we change the lifestyles of humanity as a whole ?? !!

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