Ask yourself if this is the real thing or it’s just one of those fantasies, then whiz! 😉 Welcome back fantastic friends from the US, India, Colombia, Brazil, Canada, France, and Israel 😉
So weird and may be impossible to do in spite of all the tech that makes humans more eager to invade and colonize new spaces, as if Earth is not enough for them.
Space colonization (also called “interstellar colonization”, space settlement, or extraterrestrial colonization) is the concept of permanent human habitation outside of Earth. At the present time, there are many proposals and speculations about the first space colony.
NASA stands for the National Aeronautics and Space Administration. As a federal agency, (NASA) receives its funding from the annual federal budget passed by the United States Congress, which means that the American People pays for NASA and its projects, and its satellites.
Therefore, the people should know the benefits of those satellites and their returns. When you put money on Space projects, it’s supposed to bring you back some benefits, whether monetary or otherwise. Then you compare between what you pay and what you get, and decide if it’s worth it, you would continue paying.
“It’s not that easy”, this would be the answer of someone who would say: “Classified info or national security bla bla bla, but people have the right to know if they are paying more than $ 19.01 BILLIONS! 🙄
A privately funded American space industry is the reason. This industry is making progress in leaps and bounds. The global space economy is approaching $350 billion and is expected to become a multitrillion-dollar industry. There are more than 800 operational American satellites in orbit, and by 2024 that number could exceed 15,000.
The question is: “Would it be better to use all those billions in our projects on Earth? Would there be enough returns for that high capital in commercial circulation, or does it have to be used in the outer space?
Critics of space colonization maintain that such attempts would be a waste of time and a drain on financial resources, which could be better spent on alleviating problems such as hunger, poverty, and disease. They also note that, whatever the merits, human travel beyond the Solar System is not feasible ……
Of course space is a tempting venture but you do not know what kind of returns you are getting when you pay for those projects, as if it is a blind attempt to gain something you don’t know what it is in the first place. If the purpose of space colonization is that having a home for the homeless people, this will be great!