We should be more focused on space exploration rather than ocean exploration because there is much more to explore, there may be other life out there, and when the world ends, where will we go?My first reason we should be more focused on space exploration is there is much more to explore.
For example, the ocean ends, space may not, there are many other galaxies, and the ocean only takes up 70% of our earth, which is a speck in the universe. Another reason we should be more focused on space exploration is there may be other life out there. For example, a 2001 study shows that Jupiter’s red moon, Europa might be comprised of solidified red microbes (bacteria is a huge sign of possible alien life), three days into the Apollo 11 Mission, the crew reported a weird flying object not far from their site, In 1957, a Brazilian farmer, reported that he was abducted by barking aliens who covered him in gel and mated with him.My last reason we should be more focused on space exploration is when the world ends, where will we go? For example, in a few million years a volcano in Yellowstone will erupt and cover the U.S. in a few inches of ash, In 1908 a 200-foot-wide comet slammed into the atmosphere and exploded with nearly 1,000 times the energy of the atomic bomb dropped on Hiroshima.
Astronomers estimate similar-sized events occur every one to three centuries, Jupiter moon’s reveals evidence that it may be able to support life. According to Taylor Casti from Mashable, five hundred people have been sent into space and only three have visited the deepest part of the ocean Mariana Trench, this is true, but only a few people have been to any other planets or moons, of the 536 people who have been to space, 3 people completed only a suborbital flight, 533 people reached Earth orbit, 24 traveled beyond low Earth orbit and 12 walked on the Moon. Although less than five percent of the ocean has been explored, the ocean cannot support life when the world ends. If the world goes, so does the ocean, and if we explore the ocean instead of space, so do we.