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It is essential that the nations of the world increase spending on the building of space?

It is undeniable that space science developing is the decided measure in duty of nations which are not only development countries but also underdevelopment countries. In my point of view, building up the space stations which was egged on by space researching companies , is unnecessary.

First of all, space programs need a huge budget which was raised by tax earning. Once, any rockets or sattlies have put into space, we are undergoing the risk because it cost an arm and a leg to fix or bring them back to the earth whenever it is damaged.

Secondly, it is justifiable that money spent on space programs would improve the lives of people on the earth more than money spent on other areas project , such as, poverty project, which directly affect the wellbeing of human. But there is no evidence that space programs can benefit people greater than healthy care or education service.

Admittedly, the space programs make our life colourfull by disclose massive information about other planets or UFO. Yet, it is the wrong belief in virtually unforseen good results, particularly when investing the same money in social projects that certainly produce substantial benefits.

Last but not least, if government spending less money on indeed projects to carrying forward space prgrams, both of these projects are going to bankrupt inadvance because the more developing space programs is, the more spending the government is
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Therefore, it is not essential to boosting space program’s fund, or sacrifice other programs on its behalf.

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    Is it  essential that the nations of the world increase spending on space exploration? 

     

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    It is undeniable that space science development and the aerospace industry generally  has been  targeted for expansion in  many  developing countries

    [name several here...]  but also the target for  increased funding in underdeveloped countries [name several here].

    In my point of view,  the buildup in space programs has been endorsed by companies which specialize in space technology, and it may be that it is overdone, or unnecessary.

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    First of all, space programs need (or require)  a huge (or massive)  budget which was drains the tax base. Once   rockets,  satellites, or space exploration vehicles  have  been  put into space, we are  assuming the risk of maintaining and repairing these expensive ventures to get the full benefit of data gathering   from them.   Futhermore, any necessity to recover  such technological  wonders and re-use them will add to the  cost  (or expenditure).

     

    Secondly,  is it justifiable   to endure the expense of space programs when they do not directly  improve the lives of people on the earth?

    Could the money be more advantageously spent on other  social projects

    (or endeavors) such as, poverty programs,  which  would directly affect the wellbeing of humans (or the citizenry). But there is no evidence that space programs can  provide a greater benefit to the populace than Health Care Programs  or  Education Programs. 

    Admittedly, the space programs make our life colourfull by the introduction of massive amounts of scientific information  (or data) about other planets or galaxies or the Cosmos in general.  (No specific data on  UFO's. Possibly better to  disregard the subject unless you have factual data.)

    Yet, it is the wrong belief in  (or the errant  presumption about)

     unforseen good results (or benefits to the citizenry) ,  when  equal investment  in social projects  can produce  specific and substantial benefits.

    Last but not least, if  the governments  were  spending less money on projects to carry forward space programs (or  exploration), both the space programs and the Social Programs  with combine  to bankrupt  some countries, because the more developed  a  space program is,  the more funding it requires to maintain  ongoing programs. 
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    Therefore, it is not essential to boost  space program funding,  unless countries intend to  sacrifice other social  programs on its behalf.

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       Nicely written essay.   Clear reasoning.

    Remember to cite facts.  Offer more than  feelings on a subject.

     

       

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