But Petranex does not exclude the fact that the destruction of humanity can be the work of the people themselves. The author and the scientist admit that people are unique beings – the only ones who have evolved so far and were able to destroy themselves. "It may also be atomic karz, just like the Marburg or Ebola virus, which kills everyone on Earth," Petranex.
On the road to Mars – mission is more important than human life
Asked if thinking about conquering the Red Planet is a human being, that is, the salvation of humanity, or the person himself is a mission, that is, the mission is important to the lost life on Mars, Petranex responds without hesitation that the mission is much more important people At the same time he adds that this issue has always been a dilemma in the study of space exploration.
"For example, the Russians opened fire in the orbit of people in space because they were prepared to take on much greater risks than the United States, which tried to avoid fatal consequences.I think that this has delayed the development of the US space program Space is a dangerous place to deal with, but at the same time astronauts are counting on it, statistics show that one in ten astronauts perishes on a mission, but I hope there is some common sense to allow the idea that the mission is more important in this case. If we accept, all processes will move much faster, "Petraneks explains.
Mistakes are just as important as success
NASA is very hopeful that SpaceX's mission will be the first to reach Mars, as they can pay off as a private company, Petranex notes. One of the biggest challenges to taking a step toward the first man on Mars is the ability of the spacecraft to rise and fall vertically or "in the tail". It is necessary for a spacecraft to be able to resume and return to Earth. Fuel and energy problems must also be resolved.
Ionic Mask's SpaceShock launchers are increasingly demonstrating their skills. The first Falcon Heavy launcher was launched in February this year, confirming with its capability that it is capable of delivering a cargo in a "geostationary" orbit or GEO about 36,000 kilometers above Earth. Normally, launchers can only carry their load, such as satellites, to the orbit of the transfer, from where the satellite itself needs to enter GEO's orbit. These achievements are essential to today's military and communication needs, but in the future will be inseparable to reach Mars.
"When SpaceX sends the first Falcon rocket to Mars, the first people to go to the Red Planet after four or six years, they will try to get the rocket upright. If it is not able to go down, it will break as it goes up or down , any other space research organization – NASA, the European Space Agency, etc. – will be able to learn a lot from that, even though we will have taken a significant step forward.In fact, everyone expects representatives of this space exploration program to Mars and that others can learn from their mistakes, "said Petranex.
According to the specialist, the immediate plans of NASA predict that by 2030 his spacecraft circulate around Mars. "But I guarantee that during this time, SpaceX will already be on the surface of Mars and will take people away," says Petanex.
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