No. We can't. We do not have the proven technology for a human crew to survive in space for such a journey. Solve the problems of radiation, extended periods of weightlessness, and the human psychological factor and then we might have a chance.My only question is, can we?
Yes in that case is cheaper to send robots, they can do almost a human can do in the planet, robots donot breath, donot eat, they dont have problem with hot or cold weather, and radiation donot afect them.BTW, when sending a human you need life support for all those years.
Food, water, etcetera.
Robots do have problems with these things.Yes in that case is cheaper to send robots, they can do almost a human can do in the planet, robots donot breath, donot eat, they dont have problem with hot or cold weather, and radiation donot afect them.
Historically survival and wealth creation are stronger drivers of exploration and settlement than curiosity. Traditionally, science(knowledge gathering) was a tool in the long process of exploration, which included surveys, mining, infrastructure creation and settlement(all advanced and protected with military assistance). This was the model of national exploration prior to the twentieth century.As of now, space-facts.com’s theories are trustable. They say, Pluto has 3 TIMES more water! The surface is ice (this is all about space-facts.com). Taking on a warm jacket, shoes and other things and take the flight.
Can you expand on that?You are talking about a lifetime - and that is assuming humans could travel at the same speed.
"Can We?" Maybe someday far in the future,. With our current technology we need to concentrate on unmanned vehicles to explore the outer reaches of the Solar System. A future fourteen month round trip to Mars only in its planning stages. Let the landers take their chances with Pluto.So in general, we could go out and go to Pluto, For a lifetime.
Because i am interested in space, if we decide, it’s a lifetime choice with no way of regreting.
My only question is, can we?