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2,605.  Somewhere, something incredible is waiting to be known.  (Science & Discovery & Exploration & Waiting)  Professor Carl Sagan

 

 

62,638.  This is the age of planetary exploration.  (Age & Exploration & Planet)  Carl Sagan & Ann Druyan, Cosmos: Heaven and Hell 1979

 

 

3,021.  If the human race is to continue for another million years we will have to boldly go where no-one has gone before.  Spreading out into space will completely change the future of the human race and maybe determine whether we have any future at all.  We could have a base on the Moon within thirty years and reach Mars in fifty years, and explore the moons of the outer planets in two-hundred years.  (Space & Humanity & Exploration)  Professor Stephen Hawking

 

 

3,023.  Compelling reasons to colonise space are to see if we can expand the range of our activity beyond the Earth, or are we really confined to the Earth?  I think that’s an important question we need to know the answer to.  The second one is, what is the role of life?  We have on this Earth a phenomenon called life.  Is it destined to spread beyond the Earth?  (Space & Life & Exploration)  Chris McKay

 

 

3,062.  How will the space shuttle be remembered?  As a great adventure in human space exploration, or as a fatally flawed white elephant?  (Space & Exploration)  The Space Shuttle: A Horizon Guide 2011

 

 

3,091.  Bush staged a grand photo opportunity at NASA, using the American Space Program as a grand charade, making a speech from NASA headquarters about the future exploration of space.  But the speech by George W Bush is not about the exploration of space, it is more about the exploitation of space.  The US government has weaponised space.  (Space & NASA & Bush & Exploration & Weapons)  Chris Everard, Secret Space II

 

 

3,098.  The human race has constantly endeavoured to extend its reach, and now it’s heading for the final frontier.  From an outpost on the moon to a fully fledged colony on Mars.  We’re building the rockets that will transport us there.  And the machines we’ll need to survive.  (Space & Rocket & Exploration & Universe)  The Universe s2e13: Colonising Space, 2008

 

 

3,099.  They are humanity eyes and ears in deep space ... Space probes – robotic explorers that are humanity’s intergalactic avatars.  (Space & Exploration & Robot)  The Universe: Space Probes

 

 

3,167.  Let me end with an explanation of why I believe the move into space to be a human imperative.  It seems to me obvious in too many ways to need listing that we cannot much longer depend upon our planet’s relatively fragile ecosystem to handle the realities of the human tomorrow.  Unless we turn human growth and energy toward the challenges and promises of space, our only other choice may be the awful risk, currently demonstrable, of stumbling into a cycle of fratricide and regression which could end all chances of our evolving further or of even surviving.  (Space & Humanity & Exploration)  Gene Roddenberry, Planetary Report I 1981

 

 

3,168.  The question to ask is whether the risk of traveling to space is worth the benefit.  The answer is an unequivocal yes, but not only for the reasons that are usually touted by the space community: the need to explore, the scientific return, and the possibility of commercial profit.  The most compelling reason, a very long-term one, is the necessity of using space to protect Earth and guarantee the survival of humanity.  (Space & Humanity & Exploration)  William E Burrows, The Wall Street Journal 2003

 

 

3,169.  There are so many benefits to be derived from space exploration and exploitation; why not take what seems to me the only chance of escaping what is otherwise the sure destruction of all that humanity has struggled to achieve for 50,000 years?  (Space & Humanity & Exploration)  Isaac Asimov

 

 

3,171.  Remember this: once the human race is established on more than one planet and especially, in more than one solar system, there is no way now imaginable to kill off the human race.  (Space & Humanity & Exploration)  Robert Heinlein, speech World Science Fiction Convention 1961

 

 

3,172.  Despite the campaign rhetoric, the bureaucracies – big business and big government – are here to stay.  The centralization effort cannot be checked, but it can be rationally directed towards our species goal: Space Migration, which in turn offers the only way to re-attain individual freedom of space-time and the small-group social structures which obviously best suit our nervous systems.  It is another paradox of neuro-genetics that only in space habitats can humanity return to the village life and pastoral style for which we all long.  (Space & Humanity & Exploration)  Timothy Leary, Neuropolitics 1977

 

 

3,175.  Perhaps it won’t matter, in the end, which country is the sower of the seed of exploration.  The importance will be in the growth of the new plant of progress and in the fruits it will bear. These fruits will be a new breed of the human species, a human with new views, new vigor, new resiliency, and a new view of the human purpose.  The plant: the tree of human destiny.  (Space & Humanity & Exploration)  Neil Armstrong, Out of This World, Saturday Review 1974

 

 

3,176.  Now, more than ever, we need people in space ... The events of September 11 show us how vulnerable we and our civilization are down here on Earth ... So let us use our strength, our awareness of mortality as a civilization, to do something truly lasting and earth-shaking for humanity.  Let us join with the peoples and cultures of this planet, the diversities of its perspectives and religions and science, so we can leave it – not behind, but as a springboard to something better.  (Space & Humanity & Exploration)  Paul Levinson, Realspace 2003

 

 

3,177.  Once the threshold is crossed when there is a self-sustaining level of life in space, then life’s long-range future will be secure irrespective of any of the risks on Earth ... Will this happen before our technological civilization disintegrates, leaving this as a might-have-been?  Will the self-sustaining space communities be established before a catastrophe sets back the prospect of any such enterprise, perhaps foreclosing it forever?  We live at what could be a defining moment for the cosmos, not just for our Earth.  (Space & Humanity & Exploration)  Martin Rees, Our Final Hour 2003

 

 

3,178.  Many people are shrinking from the future and from participation in the movement toward a new, expanded reality.  And, like homesick travellers abroad, they are focusing their anxieties on home.  The reasons are not far to seek.  We are at a turning point in human history ... We could turn our attention to the problems that going to the moon certainly will not solve ... But I think this would be fatal to our future ... A society that no longer moves forward does not merely stagnate; it begins to die.  (Space & Humanity & Exploration & Reality)  Margaret Mead, Man on the Moon 1969

 

 

3,733.  I believe we need a long-term national commitment to explore the universe.  And I believe this is an essential investment in the future of our nation – and our beautiful, but environmentally challenged planet.  (Universe & Exploration)  Gene Kranz, interview Space Lifeguard 11th April 2000

 

 

25,539.  The first in a line of Janeway explorers.  (Star Trek & Exploration)  Star Trek: Voyager: 11:59 s5e23, Janeway of Shannon O’Donnell

 

 

30,431.  July 1769 the South Pacific: Lieutenant James Cook is on a secret mission for the British government: his orders to go in search of the fabled southern continent.  (Great Britain & England & Exploration)  The British V: Superpower

 

30,433.  Travelling with Cook is a young botanist - Joseph Banks.  (Great Britain & England & Exploration)  ibid.

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