Will we explore other galaxies?
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Take the trip to the moon for example. The people in the tenth century obviously did not know that this person called Neil Armstrong might land on the moon. They were too far away from the the day man took a step on the moon. What if we are that far away from the day a man landed in another galaxy? The curiosity, imagination, mental capability and determination of us humans are so high these days, that exploring other galaxies should not be considered impossible.
We can send robots. Or machines. Or even cameras. You can argue that a spaceship might take too long to explore another galaxy and come back. It might take more than the life span of many generations. Maybe years after the machine is sent to another galaxy, and the generation living then might not know about it. But being humans, we have learnt to investigate and find answers.
To conclude, I would like to state that the growth of human technological wonders is not in our hands. One thing we can be for sure is that it will not remain the same. New machines, new technology and new electronics will be invented in the future years. And we can never be certain of will happen in the centuries ahead.
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