Space Travel for Civilians
Should there be space travel for civilians? Absolutely not! Civilians would have to endure very extensive training. Also, civilians can make vital mistakes. Lastly, civilians would use the travel as a joyride, while scientists use it for studies.
Civilians would have to endure very extensive training. This training would not only be long, but extremely challenging. It could last up to several months.
Civilians might not even pass the tests. If the civilians don’t pass the tests, they will not be allowed to travel in space.
Also, civilians can make vital mistakes. These mistakes can lead to major injuries or even death. If a problem occurred, civilians probably would not be able to fix it as quickly and efficiently as astronauts. A space ship is extremely expensive. If a civilian made a mistake causing the space ship to crash, it would result in the death of everyone on board and a lot of money.
Although civilians could make observations while in space, they would mainly use it as a joyride. When, scientists and astronauts would use it completely for studying space. Also, scientists have studied astronomy for an extremely long time. Civilians most likely have not gone into great depth with astronomy.
In conclusion, civilians should not be allowed to travel in space. Civilians aren’t experienced enough and it’s too dangerous for civilians. Space travel should be left to the professionals.