Should there be a limit how much times we can go into space

Firstly, my opion is that there should be a limit how much times we go into space, because if we keep going up to space we might run out of recourses for other things like helping humans animals or climate change.

Also I think we as the world could go bankrupt and the government doesn't get paid that much money at all they would be under pressure massively. Before we look for more planets that we could live on I think that our focous on our own planet and save it from,any things that impact our lives by a huge persentage!

This can also affect our climate from all of the pollution when the rockets launch this climate could also spread across the atmospher. With this across the atmosphere people may start to get unwell and ill this would be terrible for our planet then we would have to move planets, but this may not be completed because of the terrible atmosphere.

Personally, I think that all astronauts should go up to space once and no more, because it gives every astronaut gets their one and only chance and if there could be more astronauts on board it would save all the pollution and fuel.

Going up to space uses tones of recourses like fuel carbone-fibre and many more expensive materials these are also very rare and we do not have an ifanant amount of anything these things don't just grow out of trees.

But, if we manage to avoid this happening and we stop going in to space as much as we are, but I still think we should go up to space but not this much.

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

    There shouldn't be a limit of space visits because some people would want to enjoy space and they may go as many times as they like! But it depends really, on how much money they have because space tourism is so expensive! E.g £1,000,000!!

    Yes:
    There should be a limit of space visits because if somebody goes to space a few times, the could get really ill, because sometimes, going to space could effect your health.

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

    Whoops sorry I meant to put "No:" at the start of my first sentence 😅

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

    Oops and "they" I missed the "y" I'm so sorry 😅

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  • Highdown-logo-250x250.jpg frank_chocolate | Highdown School
    10 Dec 2019

    This is a great post, it really got me thinking about how much space travel happens. With what you have said I somewhat agree. I would just like to say, I understand this is your opinion, here is mine...
    Space travel should not happen as much as it does and too much money is being spent on it but if we only allow astronauts one chance to go up to space, isn't it a waste of their career and years of training? What do you think? Astronauts should still go up to space just not as much. As long as they find a way to prevent the harm it is causing to earth and space, I think we should not stop exploring it. I do have a question for you though, do you think that space travel will ever be open to the public? I mean as tourism because I personally think it will; I have researched it (after I realised my scepticism about the subject) and most of the websites I looked on, showed that in a few decades, space tourism will be common. The government only seem to care about making money and not how it will affect our resources. I am just curious to know someone else's opinion too.

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  • Hammond School logo precious_desert | Hammond Junior School B
    12 Dec 2019

    I really do agree on this because if we keep on going up to space over and over again we will probably run out of resources. And then we can't go to space for a while. But what we can do is that we can make a space elevator so we don't need to use up so much resources. The best bit about it is that it will stay there for ages.

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

    I think that some people should get to go more than once if they are a really well trained because most people, even if they are astronauts won't go into space. Also, there would be more than one person per rocket so if slightly bigger ones were built you could fit a couple more people inside meaning the fuel wouldn't cost as much as two separate rockets as it would only be slightly bigger. This may also mean that more people with different knowledge and experience could go up, making a bit more sense of what is going on in space.

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

    I think there shouldn't be a limit because people are using a big amount of money to pay for a trip and the company are getting money because of this.

    Firstly, if we do put a limit then the payment will have to be less expensive because at the moment we don't have a limit and the payment is already expensive but if we put a limit to say 2 then it will have to be half price because you'll only be able to do it twice.

    Secondly, you will probably need to be checked on how many times you've been into space and if it is over the limit you will have been forced to never go to space ever again. Imagine that was you and you were forced to never go to space ever again and you really enjoyed it so then you weren't able to have that experience again and if that was me I would be angry and sad.

    Thirdly, this would turn into a crime because people could disguise themselves as someone else and then they go to space over the limit and then that would cause a disturbance in the world. People would argue against that and then that would definitely become a crime.

    Those are the three reasons why I think there shouldn't be a limit on how many times you can go up to space.

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