NASA is preparing for space tourism, these are the activities that can be carried out on other planets!

Space tourism is just around the corner and the POT you know, because the fictitious Exoplanet Travel Office He posted a video about what he imagines the activities will be like once technology makes it possible to travel to other planets very easily and astronomy fans were amazed.

The minute long video, titled ‘Visions of the Future’, shows various people enjoying themselves; kayak rides are seen on Titan, Saturn’s moon covered in water, you can also see a lookout from a high tower on Venus. They could not forget about skydiving, but on the exoplanet HD 40307 g, the newly discovered possible “super-earth”, in which it is theorized that there could be life.

NASA experts They also shared a video on networks showing how the futuristic spot was filmed using real actors and green screen technology, which instead of breaking the magic, was applauded.

How close is NASA to achieving space tourism?

With the Artemis mission, NASA intends to send the first woman to the moon, as well as the first African-American astronaut by 2024, which will be the return of humanity to the natural satellite, since 1972. The agency’s acting administrator, Steve Jurczyk, reported at the beginning of the year that everything is going well, as they received a budget increase.

Under the administration of President Donald Trump, NASA aimed complete the first lunar landing of Artemis by 2024; now, Joe Biden hopes to meet that goal, as he gave $ 24.7 billion to NASA.

“That money will increase NASA capacity to better understand the Earth, monitor and further predict the impacts of climate change. It also gives us the resources necessary to continue advancing America’s bipartisan moon through the Mars space exploration plan, including landing the first woman and the first person of color on the moon under the Artemis program, ”explained Steve Jurczyk.

NASA has Artemis as the next step towards the long-term goal of establishing a sustainable presence on the moon and in lunar orbit,? and lay the groundwork for private companies to cement a lunar economy and eventually send humans to Mars, starting in 2033.


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