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Planet A or planet B?

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  • Planet A or planet B?

    We are getting more and more exciting news on human achievements going to deep space exploration, challenging missions to the Moon, Mars, Venus, Mercury. They are looking into the future and getting more popularity and discussions.
    Congratulations on all the achievements for 2019 - 2021.

    At the same time the climate change subject is an urgent one. It needs fast action on already happened disasters, proactive plans and deeds for the nearest future.
    Being so keen to conquer planet B, shouldn’t we think more about planet A?


    There are lots of things to do here: sea bed exploration, efficient land reclaim and use.

    Intertwine of the Earth and space fields development is one of the key actions done. Space exploration benefits not only colonization, but also observation and the Earth security from cosmos factors (the most likely, asteroid danger). The procedures of launches, safety and human adaptation are also important contributions.

    Satellites surveillance for local ecosystems, global awareness on local issues, data connection and storytelling - the more the better should be in focus to bring valuable results.

    More here on the spaceship in favor of the Earth.

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      Surely, both. Thank you.
      Others in a promised future. Planet Earth is now.
      Both are processes:
      'B' - is a small percentage of population with the missions (let them be successful). At least after 100 years we might have a station on the Moon or on Mars for scientists shifts, one way or coming back.
      'A' - is all the population now with all possible methods.
      I am for space missions. But I love more the ones, that are looking down to the Earth.

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