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Poland DefeN 
When do you think the first manned ship will land on Mars? I think it'll happen in 2035 +/- 2 years. I believe 15 years from now is enough time to prepare for a mission like this. It'll also be one of the best moments to do that as Mars will be closer to Earth than usually, so it should significantly reduce the costs of such a venture. What do you think mens?
2020-11-30 15:19
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India mr_magician
where do I book the ticket for mars?
2020-11-30 15:20
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Brazil finexys_
2020-11-30 16:27
It will be like 1969 again
2020-11-30 15:20
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are you insinuating the moon landing was fake or that the general hype and enthusiasm will be as big?
2020-11-30 15:45
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I’m saying that it will be amazing to have potently half the world tune in to a historical event taking place, I’m not an idiot
2020-11-30 15:51
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Truly dont and wont give a single fuck if man lands anywhere
2020-11-30 16:05
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What if woman lands somewhere?
2020-11-30 16:06
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Czech Republic Prevodovka
hope she stays there
2020-11-30 18:28
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2020-11-30 18:31
That's because you're sad and pathetic
2020-11-30 16:07
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i dont either and im neither, you are
2020-11-30 16:09
Wow, you talk like u live in perfect world, you want to see how man lands on mars yet we have so much and bigger problems here on earth and we aint doing shit about it, sad and pathetic is the world we living, following some retarded visions and stereotypes, all we do is make someone richer and putting that shit in history books so next gens will make someone richer again and again and again... Literally want to go to mars? First unite the whole world and bring peace so every single nation, city, villiage, person can help to think how to get there, how to be superior beings. So when you say im pathetic and sad makes me wounder what the fuck are you talking about mr spaceman. Open your eyes and take a look around you.
2020-11-30 16:13
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You can walk and chew gum at the same time you sad pathetic loser. By that logic mankind shouldn't have pursued anything.
2020-11-30 16:17
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Shiiiiet i thought you wouldve come back with something smarter, just another low iq gray sheep talking.. cyaaa minus iq
2020-11-30 16:19
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Cya plus iq
2020-11-30 16:24
This is a very one-dimensional thinking. Just think what a profound experience it must've been for people in 1969 to see humans land on the Moon, something that 30 years earlier was unimaginable for most people. Just think how much of an impact it had on science, art, cinematography, literature, music etc. Just think how many kids saw the Moon landing and realized science doesn't have to be boring, what later led them to pursue a scientific career. Who knows how many of them have improved our lives since then. Of course we should also focus on our earthly problems, but it doesn't mean there's no place for space exploration. Achievement as big as Mars landing would certainly lead to popularization of science, and this is what we need if we wanna deal with other problems like global warming, various diseases, hunger etc. I'd say it's worth it for something like 0.5% of government budget
2020-11-30 18:11
2020-11-30 15:21
isn't Musk plotting.. i mean, planning to go sometime in the next 5 years or so?
2020-11-30 15:22
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he was planning by 2026 i believe, but even then seems to close
2020-11-30 15:25
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idk, this dude is crazy, people are buying his utopian pov and he has the money.. the tech exists, people are willing to sacrifice themselves.. i don't really see a reason for not reaching this goal tho
2020-11-30 15:29
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Musk always talks about the craziest things in grand fashion, regardless of whether they ar achievable or not. As an example just look at the whole hyperloop story, he hyped it up so much to collect investors when the concept itself had so many problems that it was really never a realistic possibility to begin with.
2020-11-30 15:52
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well, that's what visionaries do.. they neglect obstacles, sometimes it works and sometime it doesn't.. reusable unamanned rockets works better than expected, although we thought for many years that it wasn't viable.. self-driving cars are reality and he had to ignore/surpass lots of paradigmas in order to make them work irl.. this dude has proven to be crazy enough to achieve something like this.. i wouldn't be surprised if he managed to pull this off
2020-11-30 15:59
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2020-11-30 16:08
k1to | 
Austria eights
Would be really cool if it happens in our lifetime ngl
2020-11-30 15:23
I hope it will never happen. Plenty of issues to address on Earth as it is.
2020-11-30 15:23
The most useles thing the human race could do
2020-11-30 15:24
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+1 There really is no good reason to do it. If the main reason was to take a closer look at the surface and conduct experiments, a robot can do the exact same thing. It's much cheaper and easier logistically.
2020-11-30 15:31
Still better and more useful than spending trillions to bomb innocent people in 3rd world countries.
2020-11-30 18:17
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Albania ZxTox
They will send people to mars in 2024
2020-11-30 15:26
i dunno man probably land on snickers first
2020-11-30 15:31
What's the freaking use? The moon-landing race was to prove which country was superior, USA or USSR. It was a time of global turmoil, nuclear proliferation was skyrocketing. It had nothing to do with specific research. It's much more viable and profitable to send robots, if at all, to bring back stuff. Humans are not expendable, more fragile, and would be able to gather less data than what a robot could, in the same time. A robot could keep working forever, unlike a human who has to be brought back. Literal waste of resources. The analysis could be done on earth.
2020-11-30 15:33
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in an age where companies are more powerful than states I guess you could say it's a "race to prove which ocmpany is superior" to use your words... That being said, I agree with you, it's a complete waste of ressources
2020-11-30 15:43
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Yeah, gotta agree with that :D If inter-planetary travel could be made a commercially viable business, that's a whole new industry for enormous employment and economic value generation. The company to do it first, will have their shares go up off the charts! :D
2020-11-30 15:52
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but it's very very wrong. We have this understanding that technological "progress" is automatically good. In the 1870-1900s where sooo much was invented it was certainly true, but because the people behjind were humanitasists, idealists and real philantropists (not like "philantropists" nowadays like jeff bezos 🤮) Now capitalism has gone so far that science is only there for profit. Who needs a fucking connected TOILET? Is that really progress? Since the 60s at the latest, science doesn't contribute to the good of society at all anymore
2020-11-30 16:44
If the rocket becomes truely reusable with little cost per flight thats already a big W for space flight. I think the use of going to mars is to test if people really can live on mars, they can try to grow crops, set up a habitat and prepare for more people to come. I wouldnt say this is a waste of recources compared to other projects.
2020-11-30 16:04
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It seems like you watched "The Martian" movie, lol. It doesn't work like that. It's a low-gravity, very low air density, hot desert. Wear a hefty suit, go to the middle of the Sahara desert during a blood moon kinda day, that's pretty much mars. If some specific information has to be obtained, by all means, send robots/orbiters. Curiosity rover, MOM, etc do that, and do it much more efficiently than humans could. The computational analysis is gonna be done on Earth anyway. In case you wanna talk about future settlement, even that has to be simulated here, and only executed over there. Testing is not gonna happen there.
2020-11-30 16:13
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Well if you would have watched "The Martian" you would have known that it takes about 8 minutes to communicate with a robot which makes robots slow as fuck.
2020-11-30 16:17
So many brain washed kids who just eats up propaganda
2020-11-30 15:46
We need Germany to take Poland in order to have more power
2020-11-30 15:48
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2020-11-30 15:53
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non of that stream lined production from Poland. Germany needs direct taxations of Polish provinces Bundesländer
2020-11-30 15:55
Tomorrow Source: I am CEO of Nasa
2020-11-30 16:24
last mission was planned on 2030 (it was canceled). Human will step at the moon in 2024 once again, after a lot of yeras, after that i think NASA and other space organizations will decide about Mars. If it will be in 2030 then : ------------------- Distance between Earth and Moon - 384 400 km Time of the travel from Earth to the Moon (already stepping at it) - 3 days Distance between Earth and Mars - 54 600 000 km ------ So it will take arround 1 year and 2 months. You need to know that it is the best option possible, the distance is stated as the closest, but it can go even up to 400 000 000 km depending of the Mars orbit. --------- So the fastest time human will be close to Mars is 2031. We can't be sure if humans of the first mission will be albe to land on the Mars, but mby they will fly arround, like they did with the Moon. ( I took some time to land, right? ).
2020-11-30 16:34
Hard to say. I don't think it's gonna happen in the 2020s tbh but i'm 100% sure it will happen before 2050! A moon base will happen before a human landed on mars.
2020-11-30 18:21
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