The first, the "minimal" missions, would occur between 1976 and 1986 and would use Apollo-level (that is, 1970) technology. The second, the "extended" mission, which was tentatively scheduled to occur in the 1982-1986 time period, would require technologies beyond the Apollo state of the art.
Die erste Mission, die als "Minimal" bezeichnet wird, sollte zwischen 1976 und 1986 stattfinden und Technologien auf Apollo-Niveau (das heißt, aus dem Jahr 1970) nutzen. Hierbei handelt es sich um eine frühere Phase, in der Raumfahrttechnologien noch nicht so weit fortgeschritten waren. Es sollten bestehende Technologien aus der Apollo-Ära verwendet werden, um das Ziel der Mission zu erreichen.
Die zweite Mission, genannt "Extended" (erweitert), sollte voraussichtlich in den Jahren 1982 bis 1986 stattfinden. Hierbei würden Technologien benötigt, die über den Stand der Apollo-Missionen hinausgehen. Diese Mission würde somit fortschrittlichere Technologien erfordern, die zu diesem Zeitpunkt entwickelt werden müssten, um die gesteckten Ziele zu erreichen.
Es ist wichtig zu beachten, dass sich die Raumfahrttechnologie im Zeitverlauf stetig weiterentwickelt und neue Möglichkeiten eröffnet. Die "Minimal"-Missionen nutzen vorhandene Technologien aus der Apollo-Ära, während die "Extended"-Mission auf fortschrittlichere Technologien angewiesen ist, die über den damaligen Stand der Technik hinausgehen.
Diese beiden Missionen spiegeln den Fortschritt und die Ambitionen der Raumfahrt in den 1970er und 1980er Jahren wider. Jede Mission erfordert spezifische Technologien und Ressourcen, um ihre Ziele erfolgreich zu erreichen und das Verständnis des Weltraums weiter voranzutreiben.
🤯 Crazy! Saw an article about this the other day but didn’t get time to read it! Makes you wonder a bit why we are still plugging away with Mars… but I get the whole research thing..
I think first we need to just make it back to the moon 😂 I think a new date was set for that after it being postponed again.. Although I did watch an interesting vid the other day about lights in the dark side of the moon… but that may be getting a bit “tinfoil hat-ish” but if anyone is interested: https://youtu.be/0VkK3NB9t2U
governments? no thanks, the 1st thing they do is make weapons (and the last thing they do is use them).
musk and bezos/their corporate sucessors? you're kidding.
think about this, space programs only really require lots of brains working together. yes there are materials costs but most of the work is figuring out how the hell to do it and then very carefully building it by hand.
now think how many people put their time into all the shit (and some of its good shit for sure) on github.
it seems we just need to think bigger and help each other do this, not wait for somebody to set up a racket.
I don't get the whole idea that the colonisation of Mars, possibly Titan or the Galilean moons should be viewed as somewhere to move too, because we fucked the Earth. Too many volcanoes on Io, anyway... (not the nice vapour giving kind.)
Lets face it, terraforming any potential worlds can't be an easier task than cleaning up our little pale blue dot. I know that we have already reached some major environmental/ climate tipping points, but if people just got a grip on reality, and got their priorities right, we'd be just fine on old Terra Firma.
I still think we should colonise as much of the solar system as we can. After all, there's lots of big rocks flying around out there. Confining ourselves to just one planet is asking for extinction.
The real test for our species comes down to working out how to travel faster than light before we all die of stupidity related causes... nukes, plagues, climate change, continuing to subscribe to political philosophies that are geared toward consuming everything.
Nothing like kicking back with a packed vape and The Expanse on Audible.
Terraforming Mars is a joke for people like Elon Musk to sift money from Americans, nothing else.
It makes no sense to build on mars, we're hundreds of years from having the tech (assuming our civilization can survive that long, it wont why would it?) and the logical answer is surely that space stations would be much 'easier', safer, more efficient and more controlled than using Mars.... which isn't even as 'simple' as being a "dead earth".
I doubt we have the capacity to ever become a truly space faring species. It'll never be like the sci-fi and that's absolutely fine! I'm with you. Fix the fucking Earth! We've already got the most beautiful planet within a trillion mile radius.
Been saving the latest series of The Expanse so I can binge the whole thing, it been good?
My 2cents… human lifespan is too short,we are too fragile to colonise planets..the end! ….it wont be humans that colonize planets it will be A.I (its already happening) and i agree with u lot, in 50years there will be no forests to clean up our pollution an we will suffocate/poison ourselves over time, we are literally Fudged becus of that stuff we call…. …. .. MONEY!
We could go to the dark heart of Chernobyl (taking that as an example of the most defiled place on Earth) and convert it into the Hanging Gardens Of Babylon, a true Paradise, for a tiny fraction of the cost, time and risk involved of creating a single habitable dome on Mars. We are so frikkin’ nuts! (no offence Pistach ! :))
It will never happen, money makes the world go round…or in our case, makes the world go down! Capitalism and greed have destroyed this planet, we will NEVER have the capability to leave our solar system, think about it,our cars break down, our devices crash and some parts of the earth have 0 wifi/phone signal… if we can’t get these things right we have 0 chance of leaving this rock, the rock that took millions of years to develop into a paradise and along came human beings and destroyed it in 122years… we are literally “PLANET EARTH’s HIV VIRUS”
Thanks, I looked this up because, well Trekkie here and I couldn't believe it. It turns out the drive was conceived in the 1990s in Mexico City. It reconciles with Einstein's field equations and has only gained momentum since. Here is a vid.
You're right. Arthur C. Clarke touted the idea in one of the 2001 series. There's absolutely no reason that space elevators wouldn't work like a charm, once we have the knowhow and the engineering smarts to construct such an undertaking.
For those sceptics, it was also old Arty C who came up with the idea of geostationary orbits. Without him, the world would be a less well connected place. :-)
I'm so up for this. Always liked the idea of space travel but was put off by fear of the rockets bursting into flames. Getting an elevator up to a space station seems much more civilized. Hopefully there will be synth music and nice views on the way up.
Wasn't that lift idea in that movie ? errr what's it called... the one where two guys put on special glasses and can see the real world underneath the one we see. ? my memory after a dooby ....tut tut ...it's gone gone ...:)