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Forty decades ago, Neil Armstrong landed on the moon on July 20, 1969, starting a gateway of possibilities. It had been the start of a new era of exploration. Following Neil Armstrong's landing, the US spent forty more years on space exploration. This lead into the US spending billions of tax payers dollars on satellites, visits to Mars and the Moon, and found many rockets into space. But, lately the US was made to concentrate on other matters like national security, sustaining market, and lots of more. With each one of these issues happening at the same time, the US is having trouble figuring out just how much funding should be put into programs like NASA. Even though these problems are important, we should not forfeit our knowledge of exploration in trade for just national problems. Instead we need to "cope with the reality of world events," and "we should not permit terrorism establish the schedule. H. G. Wells said many years ago that "human history becomes more and more a race between education and catastrophe" (Dick). As a country we have to care for our nation but we almost expand our comprehension. Much like the first explorers, the actions of the explorers will affect another generation as we continue to explore the last frontier. By 1405-1433, Commander Zheng He investigated the sea representing the Ming Dynasty (1368 - 1644) of China. Sailing round the Indian Ocean he traveled throughout East Africa, Makkah, and the Persian Gulf. Throughout his voyages he traded with the thieves and brought back giraffes, lions, ostriches and leopards to the Chinese emperor in exchange such as rocks, ivory and dyestuffs. Zheng He's cries in China raised China's assets, foreign affairs, and military power. However after his death at the year 1433, the Chines...