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Ringed asteroid: Should the US government spend more time and money on space exploration?

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  • Yes we should.

    There is so much to be discovered out there in space. This is our home, our backyard, and our community. We should go and explore this amazing universe. In order to do that, we should increase funding for NASA. This will also help benefit the planet by helping to fund future technology to destroy asteroids that can cause a potential threat to us. Why are we not funding any more projects for space exploration? Why did we stop going to the moon? A better question is are we alone or is there life out there? If space programs don't get any funding, then we'd never know.

  • Yes You Should.

    Coming from a UK citizen, The US is in need (and so is every country) to fund space exploration. Without it humanity is going to stay stagnant on resources, land, and advancement. Space exploration matters, not a bunch of useless American Governmental programs that cost billions to run. NASA deserves to be funded not only to benefit the US, but to benefit humanity in general.

  • Yes, We Should.

    If for nothing but the pursuit of knowledge, space exploration should be advanced, not pulled back. Beyond the esoteric gain of knowledge, there have been many technological advances to come out of space exploration, and will likely be many more as we advance further into space. . . . .

  • Yes We Should

    I think the ringed asteroids are an amazing find. I think space has a lot more information to provide us and we should do our best to study and advance in this science. I believe the US government should spend more time and money on space exploration. The people that come after us will benefit a great deal.

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  • No, the US should not spend more on space exploration.

    The United States government should not spend more on space exploration. Now that technology has advanced, it's possible that this can go to private enterprise. There are more important things that tax dollars should go toward, and space exploration is extremely expensive. That being said, everyone should be mindful of the fact that we're generating a lot of space debris that's forming a sort of layer outside of Earth. We should think twice before continuing to pollute the atmosphere.

  • No, the US government has more important things to worry about

    With the state that the US economy is, with how many people are out of work, or needing money, or deserve better pay in the jobs they have, I think it's a waste for the US government to consider spending any money on space exploration. There is nothing out there that is going to improve the quality of life of it's citizens. And not only that, there are other countries just as capable of spending millions of dollars on space exploration. It's not a competition, just leave it up to someone else, and focus on what truly matters.

  • Enough can be explored on earth at the moment.

    Our earth is a great place, yet so many things have not been discovered about it - how was it created for example? Surely it would be both cheaper and more interesting to find out about what we live on everyday, as well as safer. With economic issues in areas of the world as well, it would be better to invest in these areas so that everyone has an improved lifestyle, rather than benefit science alone.


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