The terms “Galactic Ghoul” has been a constant term used by NASA space scientists. This may not be a term to stop a common person to think about but it means a lot if keen interest is to be taken into account.
NASA has recently expressed that it has no interest of sending person on in to Mars in 2030. It admits that more research needs to be done in order to deal with the challenges associated with spaceflights. Many scientist an analysts say that this might be the tip of an ice berg that could mean that NASA may never launch another journey mars in the near future.
According to the William Gerstenmaier, who is also NASA’s associate administrator for human exploration, “ exposed the fact that NASA does has no plan of funding missions which will involve human crews as far as the current timeline is concerned. The main reason being that NASA has faced challenged of landing heavy spacecraft the Red Planet. This basically means that descending, landing and even entry has proved to be an uphill task for NASA space crews.
Risks Associated with Human Crewed Mass Mission
According to historians such Donald Llod Neff, man missions to mass recorded high number of failures in the year 1977. This is because of the Great Galactic Ghoul, an effect which allows subsidence of human spacecraft. Considering that there has been about 16 launched missions and 7 of the being successful, it therefore crystal clear that landing on mar is just a gamble laced with enormous risks.
How long will NASA Suspend its Missions to Mars to Deal with Landing Technicalities
The NASA missions to mars which have been considered a failure was a result of slightly higher atmospheric pressure experienced on Mars’s atmosphere. With such an atmospheric pressure, the spacecraft previously launched have experience too much heat upon entry into the Mars’s atmosphere hence burning the spaceship. On the other hand, in the recent lunches, NASA has employed huge parachutes to act as breaks during landing and thick titanium shield to prevent it from burning up.
With the recent revelation by NASA, it means that the world has to be patient a little bit longer than 2030. This will be an enough time for NASA to come up with new solutions and techniques of landing safety on Mars.