The surprising carbon footprint of space travel.
- Jun 17, 2020 2:20 pm GMT
Who couldn’t have been wowed by the recent incredible crewed Space X launch on the 30th May? Two astronauts successfully left the earth’s atmosphere to dock with the international space station on a semi re-usable rocket. This was clearly an incredible achievement and returned the USA to the forefront of space travel. In addition this significant step moves us closer to manned flights to mars which I believe will very likely happen within the next decade. I love the idea of NASA outsourcing the 'easy stuff' so that they can focus on the bigger prize of Mars!
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