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accepted Is interstellar flight possible in near future in a way that would keep our civilization alive?
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comment What is the most optimal earth's axial tilt in terms of variation of seasons?
@Floris: I meant that what would be the most optimal axial tilt for earth that change of seasons would be at minimal level eq. at "height" of Helsinki? Is it actually $23,5^o$ or $15^o$?
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comment Is interstellar flight possible in near future in a way that would keep our civilization alive?
@Count Iblis: What do you mean about civilization in Andromeda? I mean how is this relevant to my question? I mean do you mean that we are going to journey to another civilization?
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comment Is interstellar flight possible in near future in a way that would keep our civilization alive?
@Count Iblis: Ok. I would like to know if you know any good site for discussing about technology required to colonize Mars?
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comment Is interstellar flight possible in near future in a way that would keep our civilization alive?
@craq: Do we have technology to colonize Mars? I think yes, but do you know any site that discuss on that?
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comment Is interstellar flight possible in near future in a way that would keep our civilization alive?
@Peteris: As a matter of fact, what you wrote makes me think that I think it would be better to ask as follows; is colonization of Mars possible in the near future in a way that would keep our civilization alive longer? I think it is possible that in the foreseeble future technology for achieving this aim would be ready. So in my opinion now as I have read all the answers somewhat in a hurry it seems irrelevant to ask question of this caliber as I asked although feedback seems ok.
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comment Is interstellar flight possible in near future in a way that would keep our civilization alive?
@Danu: Thanks. So this means that travel requires generations to reach to "neighboring" planet. This might be possible. Then I have heard that even micrometeorite can be fatal in those speeds like $300 \frac{km}{s}$(sciforums.com/Interstellar-Travel-is-Impossible-t-3102.html).
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revised Is interstellar flight possible in near future in a way that would keep our civilization alive?
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asked Is interstellar flight possible in near future in a way that would keep our civilization alive?
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accepted When one can make telescope that can distuingish 1 mas?
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accepted Did force of gravity cause evolution of large scale structures?
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revised Did force of gravity cause evolution of large scale structures?
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comment When one can make telescope that can distuingish 1 mas?
@Chris White:: from how long distance The sun( $D\approx 10^6$ km) is seen as 1 mas?
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