|Israeli moon lander is taking a big backup of human knowledge|
The collection, as a specialized disc, stopped a ride during a SpaceX Falcon 9 launch on Thursday. According to CNET, Tesla Roadster launched Elon Musk in space, a trial version flew with it.
Nova Spivak, the co-founder of the Arch Mission Foundation, which is the organization, says, "This idea is to keep adequate backups inadequate places around the solar system so that our precious knowledge and biological heritage can never be lost." That made the Lunar Library, told CNET.
Now, should humanity fail to stop climate change, or there should be a scenario at the end of any other day, world knowledge and achievements can run without us. At present, any future civilizations will have to find only space travel - and in any way, one of the data caches of the Arc Mission will be found - to reach the collection.
"I am optimistic that humanity will rise to the challenge and develop a defense initiative of a multinational planet to reduce the risks of these planets, it is also prudent to be a plan," said Spivak. "Instead of a backup one place, our strategy is, many copies, many places" - and we plan to send updates on a regular basis. "
Right now, a backup copy of humanity's collective knowledge is available on the surface of the Moon.
The lander was built by Israel's Startup Space. This is a high-tech disk, which has 25,000 books, is a complete copy of Wikipedia, and there is information about understanding the world languages - all that is equal to the 30 million-page tome.
According to CNET, once it gets there, the archive - called the Lunar Library - to sit on the moon for billions of years, to preserve the knowledge and history of humanity.
Israeli moon lander is taking a big backup of human knowledge Reviewed by Know It All on February 26, 2019 Rating: