We should go back to the Moon, we should send humans to Mars, and we should explore Venus too. It's an ongoing debate in the space industry. In fact, since the moon is orbiting the Earth, we can go there pretty much whenever we want. We need to “sharpen up”, so let’s do something worthy of the effort, and something with the payoff equal to the effort put in. “We are not going to go to the moon or Mars because of population pressure,” he explained. Mars is also subject to winds and seasons, whereas the temperatures on the moon can vacillate between 253 degrees Fahrenheit and -387 degrees Fahrenheit in a single day.The moon’s lack of an atmosphere is the result of its paltry mass and weak gravity. It’s so easy to get to the Moon that we’ve already done it, back before we had cell phones and internet. No matter where we go in the Solar System, it's going to be an enormous undertaking. No matter where we go in the Solar System, it’s going to be an enormous undertaking. This has big safety implications: Rescuing people from the moon would only take a … Mars has water, an atmosphere, and other resources that should allow us to live off the land. Seriously, we figured out how to land on the Moon just a couple decades after inventing two-ply toilet paper.
Nice, close, and accessible Moon. But, we won’t know if a permanent presence is possible until we try.
Should space agencies first go to the moon or Mars? Stephen Hawking argued that space agencies should establish bases on the moon before traveling to Mars, according to Buzz Aldrin.
We should go back to the moon, we should send humans to Mars, and we should explore Venus too.
Mars’ gravity is less than Earth but large enough to lure gases and form an atmosphere. 6.