Rechannelling the space exploration budget to real world problems

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I would like a MLA style paper about the money and time spent by nasa to explore the space, when we can use all that money to fix real world problems like starvation, world peace, and finding cures for deadly diseases

below will be attached 3 papers, they can be used as references and for you to know what would the professor expect from the paper, the papers attached has nothing to do with the topic please just use them as reference

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CASIMIR
School: UCLA

Here you go. In case of any further inputs, please let me know.All the best!I appreciate working with you!

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Rechannelling the space exploration budget to “real world” problems
Introduction
Space exploration has been a contentious topic amongst humankind since it became a
reality, with its proponents insisting that it is a very necessary venture while its opponents
contending that it is a waste of time and money. Nonetheless, countries have ventured into
the realm of space exploration, with the initial efforts being directed towards the exploration
of the moon. Contemporarily, this industry has increased in complexity and as such, has
diversified its goals and aims to include the exploration of other planets and even more
daringly absurd, more remote areas of the galaxy. Though these ventures have yielded
massive successes, there are instances when they have amounted to unthinkable disasters.
Below is therefore a discussion that interrogates the necessity of the venture of space
exploration, which discussion focusses on the context of the American space exploration
intrigues. It proceeds to evaluate the budget that is allocated to the National Aeronautical and
Space Administration (NASA) and the possible impact that this allocation would have in the
event it was applied to a more humanitarian cause. Further, it dedicates another section to
carter for the voices that insist that space exploration and research is a necessary venture to
the economy and in extension, to the safeguarding of the human race (Piscopo, Daniel and
Steven 388). Ideally, there are those proponents who insist that space exploration is a cause
that serves to provide a platform for the competition between developed countries rather than

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a foundation for the improvement of research and innovation for the betterment of
humankind.
Humanitarian causes
The world experiences a number of catastrophes and numerous phenomena that
threaten the quality of life of the inhabitants of the planet eart...

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