NASA's new telescope is finished: Will space technology and research continue to grow?

  • Yes, it will.

    Space technology and research will continue to grow since the NASA's new telescope has finished. Before this, scientists were unable to view the very telescopic objects, features of the planets and other scientific objects. Thanks to NASA's new telescope all this will be achieved in the near future in addition to other inventions.

  • Yes, space research will keep growing.

    Space and the ocean are the two massive frontiers that we really still need to explore. Especially as climate change continues to threaten human existence and comfort on earth, research into space technology will only keep increasing. There is no substitute for outer space research and it is an extremely important topic.

  • Yes, I think so.

    NASA telescopes also are peering into the farthest reaches of the universe and back to its earliest moments of existence, helping us understand the universe's origin, evolution, and destiny. NASA is conducting an unprecedented array of missions that will seek new knowledge and understanding of Earth, the solar system and the universe. Multiple NASA missions are studying our sun and the solar system, unraveling mysteries about their origin and evolution. By understanding variations of the sun in real-time, we can better characterize space weather, which can impact exploration and technology on Earth.

  • It will never stop growing

    Space technology is still very young given how vast outer space is. We will never see an end to the growth in the technology used to explore outer space, and we will never see a stop in research. There are too many unknowns and too much area to explore for us to give up.

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