Voyager 1: Our Time Capsule in Space

Source: Forbes

So if we can’t overcome climate change here on Earth or get to a new planet in time, is the human race doomed?

Perhaps.

What I do know is that taking money away from NASA and other space agencies won’t save us. Yes, they still cost a lot of money…

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A New York City high school sophomore passionate about redefining space exploration.

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Simone Lilavois

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A New York City high school sophomore passionate about redefining space exploration.

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