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Technology In search of a new Earth (France 5) - Colonizing a planet: dream or reality?

18:15  02 july  2020
18:15  02 july  2020 Source:   programme-television.org

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Some scientists believe that humanity will have to colonize other planets to survive. This is the case of the British physicist Stephen Hawking. One of his former students, who became his friend, the Frenchman Christophe Galfard, left in search of answers around the world, to prove that this adventure is not science fiction ...

Certains scientifiques estiment que l’humanité devra coloniser d’autres planètes pour survivre. C’est le cas du physicien britannique Stephen Hawking. L’un de ses anciens élèves, devenu son ami, le Français Christophe Galfard, est parti en quête de réponses autour du monde, pour prouver que cette aventure n’est pas de la science-fiction... © BBC Some scientists believe that humanity will have to colonize other planets to survive. This is the case of the British physicist Stephen Hawking. One of his former students, who became his friend, the Frenchman Christophe Galfard, went in search of answers around the world, to prove that this adventure is not science fiction ...

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Using the Very Large Telescope (VLT) in the Atacama Desert in Chile, astronomers around the world have detected around 3,400 exoplanets (outside the solar system) in twenty-five years. Proxima b, the closest to Earth, probably telluric, would be potentially habitable.

How to reach it?

The longest distance ever traveled by Man was that made by a Saturn V rocket, between Earth and the Moon, or 384,400 km. But, to reach Proxima b, this launcher would take more than 100,000 years! Astronauts are revolutionizing the mode of propulsion by developing plasma engines. Space users, like our national Thomas Pesquet, are working to understand how the body and technology can make them autonomous (in oxygen, water, food) and protect these future explorers, within the framework of long and uncertain journeys.

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How to settle there?

To survive, space settlers will no doubt live in bubbles where they will produce oxygen and food. But it will probably be necessary to supply the atmosphere of this "second Earth" with oxygen. And it may well be that we can do this thanks to cyanobacteria, microorganisms born 3.5 billion years ago. Capable of living in an extreme environment, they have provided oxygen to the Earth. Why wouldn't they do it on another planet?

In search of a new Earth , is broadcast Thursday July 2 at 8.55pm on France 5.

Emmanuelle Touraine

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