The Future Of Humanity Will Be Shaped By 2 Space Stories

The Future Of Humanity Will Be Shaped By 2 Space Stories
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It has been revealed that the future of humanity will be shaped by two space stories. Check out the latest reports about this below.

Future of humanity to be shaped by 2 stories in 2024

The article posted by Forbes notes the fact that NASA is planning to launch Artemis II mission by the end of this year.

The mission will carry humans on a journey around the moon and back, which will mark the first time anyone has traveled farther than low-earth orbit in more than 50 years.

The last time NASA astronauts made such a trip was during the Cold War era, when there was a competition between rival empires.

However, looking back now, there is a sense that we got to the moon a little bit too soon. After reaching the moon, we didn’t quite know what to do next.

There are people who still don’t see the point of spending so much on space travel, but things have changed since the last fifty years.

The climate crisis and related issues have made it more important than ever to broaden our horizons and look for new ways to sustain life.

Elon Musk has talked about making humanity a multi-planetary species as a way to escape our overheating planet, but there are more practical aims to consider in the short term.

For example, mining asteroids or lunar regolith for valuable materials could reduce the contamination of our waters and limit the destruction of mountain tops. Jeff Bezos, on the other hand, has a more pragmatic vision for space. He has suggested that heavy industry could be relocated to space to preserve Earth as a pristine garden world.

The Artemis program is set to launch crewed missions starting in 2024 and it could potentially signal a new era for humanity.

Its ultimate goal is to establish a permanent presence on the surface of the moon, which would be an unprecedented achievement.

Additionally, the program plans to build an outpost in lunar orbit as well. In the same way that a few servers in the 1960s paved the way for the global internet we have today, the Artemis program could lay the foundation for humanity’s multi-world infrastructure.

Forbes has mentioned the 2013 Oscar-nominated film “Gravity,” which starred Sandra Bullock and George Clooney.

The movie was inspired by a theoretical phenomenon known in space circles as the “Kessler Syndrome.” This theory suggests that a large collision in orbit could create a cloud of debris that travels at high speeds and causes more collisions.

This, in turn, generates more debris clouds and more collisions until orbit becomes a ring of high-speed projectiles, making space inaccessible to both humans and machines.

There are two main reasons for the increase in the number of space objects and the potential risk of collisions. Firstly, the number of objects in space has grown exponentially in recent years without much international coordination to avoid collisions.

Secondly, the sun’s solar cycle is predicted to peak in 2024, causing powerful solar flares that could disable many satellites in orbit.


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Rada Mateescu

Passionate about freedom, truth, humanity, and subjects from the science and health-related areas, Rada has been blogging for about ten years, and at Health Thoroughfare, she's covering the latest news on these niches.

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