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like, its all about the bigger picture man. awe are this tiny spec in the universe and every time humans do something in space we get to see a little more of that big picture.
I’m interested in discoveries made by space travel. But generally, far more interested by discoveries closer to home. Deep sea travel, new species, finding long lost civilisations or cities or knowledge. Guess that’s why I love fantasy and am not that interested in sci-fi :P
it is probable there is an endless ocean under the ice of the jupiter moon europa. and in that ocean its possible there are forms of life we couldn’t even imagin. and thats in our solar system.
i find exploration in many forms exciting, the sea is interesting and realatable to space because we know a lot about both, but there is SOOOO much more to learn.
discovering new species, finding long lost civilisations or cities or knowledge, those are all reasons space exploration is interesting.
i’m not trying to convice you its more interesting, simply putting forth that the reasons you listed for prefering terrestrial discovery are just as valid for extraterrestrial exploration. it just takes longer to get results.
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