Space Exploration Is the Singly Most Important Thing that a Man Has Ever Done in his Long History
Honourable members of the examination board, the speech submitted to your consideration is devoted to the problem of space exploration on the basis of the pamphlet From Stonehenge to Tranquility Base by Ray Bradbury. In my speech I’m to dwell upon the following points: firstly I comment on the leitmotif of the essay that space travel is the single most important thing that man has ever done in his long history, after that I pass on to the present-day national space programs, then I focus on the affects of the space research in our everyday life, and at last I draw a conclusion. Obviously, in his pamphlet “From Stonehenge to Tranquility Base” Ray Bradbury appeals to the world community to carry on with space exploration. According to the essay space travel is the single most significant thing that man has ever done in his long history. Indeed, the space exploration not only creates a clear picture of the space and the universe we inhabit but also gives information about the origin of the planets, solar system, galaxies and their characteristics. Thus, it gives the mankind enjoyment and entertainment. To add, I can’t but mention that Ray Bradbury is fully concerned that the space exploration is the only important means for people to exist in future, the only possible salvation. Passing on to the present-day space programs it should be stated that they tend to find the decisions for a future life on the Earth, make research on other planets, search for new fossils that can be used on the Earth and investigate Mars, as the main target of possible colonization. With reference to the space programs, the National Aeronautics and Space Administration should be mentioned. It is the agency of the United States government that is responsible for the nation's civilian space programs and research. Clearly, NASA's investigations include in-depth...
Please join StudyMode to read the full document