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This is like a fact file for information about Space where you can ask questions and more!

BNC: If this is unnecessary please tell me in the comments.


The side effects of Space could be different. (Examples of true side effects, loss of weight, growth, bone and muscle deterioration and more. A side effect like growth will not hurt but bone and muscle deterioration would definetly be a problem. These can also have a great effect on wether you can continue the mission/expedition any longer. So should we explore Space what do you think, should we also stay away from side effects?


Scientists are saying that for the first time, they've found evidence of the oxygen molecule in Space. In two-thousand and seven, the Swedish Odin telescope may have also spotted the molecule, but it was not confirmed but this time it is definite that the discovery was made. The only oxygen in Space comes from the planets that produce oxygen as Space doesn't produce oxygen. For example (this is true), Mars has o.1% of oxygen, but there is none at night. What I'm trying to say is that Space can't make oxygen by itself.


Should we leave our own planet for another, I think no. I do not want to risk my own planet for another. Also there is no life on any other planet, so how would we eat things like Ham? What do you think?

Comments (2)

  • tom Tom @ Topical Talk
    11 Nov 2019

    Thanks for this post, spirited_insect. We try to avoid fact-files because they don't create much discussion - could you take this information and use them to form opinions about 3 questions already on the Hub? This is a challenging skill so I'd be very interested to see how you link them to questions we already have.

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  • Braiswick Primary School spirited_insect | Braiswick Primary School
    11 Nov 2019

    Thank you, Tom, I will try and do that.

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