When will we travel to other planets?

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Date created: Tue, Aug 3, 2021 2:04 AM
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Can humans survive on other planets?

  • The only way for humans to survive is to colonize at least one other planet, possibly Mars, says futurist Michio Kaku. Photograph by NASA, ESA, the Hubble Heritage Team (STScI/AURA), J. Bell (ASU), and M. Wolff (Space Science Institute)

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Supernova explosion in the binary system and star ejection from the supermassive black hole are some common solutions. When an object moves at the speed of light, Time Dilation takes place. This shortens the time needed to travel to another galaxy with respect to the traveler.

If we will travel to other galaxies, will we also be able to travel in time? Even though I believe we’ll live in time, God is certainly capable of bending time and opening doors in time’s fabric for us. Perhaps we’ll be able to travel back and stand alongside angels in the invisible realm, seeing events as they happened on Earth.

When will we travel to earth like planets? Not anytime soon in light of the fact that the closest star system (the centauri) is about 40 trillion km away and it's not confirmed to have any terrestrial planets. Even if, with current technology it w...

We’re not getting to the stars without a technological and physics miracle because they’re so far away, but the planets in our solar system are relatively close. Depending on the technology we get, it’s not hard to imagine that in a few hundred years there could be tens of millions, maybe even hundreds of millions, of people living in every nook and cranny that the solar system offers us.”

As for putting human colonies on other planets, yeah, that’s hard, ... That would be fantastic – then we’ll be able to travel around the galaxy at any speed we like.

Without daylight, the brain doesn’t develop sight properly. Without gravity, the brain will not be able to develop a sense of balance. That will not be necessary while in space, but what about the final generation that makes it to a human-friendly planet. They will have lots of trouble with balance.

We must take care of our planet, it is very beautiful and still absolutely liveable." The 77-year-old said he felt the need to "kill all the statements that say 'OK, we will go to a liveable ...

The sun itself will expire in 6 billion years, so at that point humans would need to relocate to a planet outside our solar system. Almost 1,000 such planets have been identified and the...

Interplanetary spaceflight or interplanetary travel is the crewed or uncrewed travel between stars and planets, usually within a single planetary system. In practice, spaceflights of this type are confined to travel between the planets of the Solar System. Uncrewed space probes have flown to all the observed planets in the Solar System as well as to dwarf planets Pluto and Ceres, and several asteroids. Orbiters and landers return more information than fly-by missions. Crewed ...

Interstellar travel refers to the currently theoretical idea of interstellar probes or crewed spacecraft moving between stars or planetary systems in a galaxy. Interstellar travel would be much more difficult than interplanetary spaceflight.Whereas the distances between the planets in the Solar System are less than 30 astronomical units (AU), the distances between stars are typically hundreds ...

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