mars EXtrasolar PLANET
10% 40% 57%
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88% 85% 76%
50% 44% 43%
56% 50% 48%
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SPIRIT OF MAN your crew leaves for the destination, never to return. You die exploring the universe in the spirit of man.
SLeep trip you sleep on the way to your destination, stay 30 years, and sleep on the way back. depending on distance, some time loss may occur.
end of the world the earth will perish in one year. this is your one chance to leave.
AT THE DAWN OF THE 21ST CENTURY, A REVOLUTION IN EARTH'S SPACE TECHNOLOGIES BEGAN TO UNFOLD. FOR THE FIRST TIME IN THE HISTORY OF MAN, PRIVATE ENTERPRISE BEGAN TO BUILD A BUSINESS MODEL AROUND SPACE TRAVEL FOR THE COMMON MAN. tHEY STARTED SMALL WITH RELATIVELY INEXPENSIVE TRIPS TO A SUBORBITAL ELEVATION. sOON AFTER, REGULAR DOCKING WITH THE INTERNATIONAL SPACE STATION SET THE PRECEDENT FOR PRIVATE DEVELOPMENT OF OTHER ORBITING STATIONS. a RETURN TO THE MOON, TRAVEL TO MARS, AND BEYOND TO OTHER GALAXIES ARE NOW INCREASINGLY Plausible destinations FOR THE COMMON MAN. THOUGH THE TECHNOLOGY IS NEARLY READY, THERE IS A SERIOUS QUESTION OF MANS WILLINGNESS TO LEAVE THE EARTH, IN THE SPIRIT OF EXPLORATION OR OTHERWISE. a SURVEY WAS CONDUCTED TO UNDERSTAND THE SCENARIOS IN WHICH ONE MIGHT travel to another world. tHE FOCUS WAS PRIMARLY ON THE
SOCIAL IMPLICATIONS OF A DEPARTURE FROM EARTH. THE FOUR ROCKETSHIPS DESCRIBe FOUR OCCUPANT POPULATION SCENARIOS. tHE FIRST IS A RANDOM GROUP OF 49 UNFAMILIAR PEERS. tHE SECOND, A GROUP OF 49 PEERS OF FAMILIARITY. tHE THIRD ASSUMED THE TRAVELER WOULD HAVE A PARTNER AND THAT 24 OTHER COUPLED PARTNERS WOULD BE traveling. tHE LAST SHIP CONTAINS 49 UNKNOWN TRAVELERS OF A VARIETY OF AGES. Each person was asked if they would travel in the spirit of man, in a sleep or regardless in the event of the immenant destruction of earth. EACH PERSON WAS also ASKED IF THEY WOULD TRAVEL TO THE MOON, mARS, OR ANOTHER PLANET SOME 400 YEARS AWAY. THE PRIMARY PURPOSE OF THIS RESEARCH IS TO UNDERSTAND THE SOCIAL CONDITIONS IN WHICH PEOPLE ARE WILLING TO MAKE A VARIETY OF LENGTHS OF TRIPS IN SPACE AND HOW THAT DECISION CHANGES UNDER a variety of conditions.
Published on Jan 28, 2013
This infographic represents the results of a survey taken that explore people's willingness to travel in space. Multiple scenarios were deve...