Is it necessary to go back to space?

Space is a dangerous place and it could be unnecessary to go back their, their are some reasons why we still keep going their: It protects us from asteroids, It safe guards our health andit gives us information about things outside the earth.

You may ask , what's the point of knowing things about other planets? Well, as you know we are trashing the earth by using cars and carbon emissions erode the ozone layer making global warmingand the sea level rising so why shouldn't we expand our knowledge to learn about other planets if we ever have to move to one in the future?

There are many good reasons to continue in space exploration, which most people have probably heard. Some have been debated and evaluated on the basis ofmoney. Why go back to space when you can be going somewhere on earth? Well I would answer that by saying: Space is a never ending wonder that we could explore and investigate and give us all thrills and information that could be life saving.

Why not want to go back to space: It is dangerous, It costs loads of money, It is life endangering and it could potentially be a complete waste of time.Space has no air and you would have to travel in large bulky space suits and use dried food as it is the only food that they can bring up there.

Here is a question I would like you to answer in the comments: Why would you like to go into space and what would the pros and cons be to do so?

If you want more info on space go to this post about alien life in space:

Comments (5)

  • Hillyfield School logo inventive_market | Hillyfield Primary Academy
    28 Nov 2019

    I love your structure and open mindness.I think there is definetely a point to going out to space

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  • Faringdon-logo-250x250.jpg accomplished_reality | Faringdon Community College
    28 Nov 2019

    Personally I think we should go back to space. We can discover more to expand our knowledge. But is this a waste of money? Yes, it may cost too much in the sense that we spend money on rockets but is it worth the cost for knowledge? We only know about things from the past like the Romans and the Vikings from research. Yes going to space isn't research but that is our research. That is how we expand our knowledge: by experience. If we experience things then we know more than you would from just research. This is my opinion that we should go back to space.

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    1. tom Tom @ the BNC
      accomplished_reality's comment 28 Nov 2019

      What do you mean by going to space isn't research, but that is our research?

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      1. Faringdon-logo-250x250.jpg accomplished_reality | Faringdon Community College
        Tom @ the BNC's comment 29 Nov 2019

        I mean that if we go to space, we are not researching anything, but if we go to space we can experience things, which is giving us knowledge: so basically we are researching space.

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  • Hammond School logo versatile_molecule | Hammond Junior School B
    28 Nov 2019

    There are good reasons for both sides of the argument.
    On one hand exploring space can provide solutions to problems on Earth and has benefited our lives in different ways, space exploration has brought us the satellite which can monitor the weather and provides us with TV.
    On the other hand space exploration is extremely polluting and costs a lot of money which could be spent on other things like helping the climate and help the NHS. The average rocket launch costs 500,000 pounds, in addition to this lives could be lost.

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