When will space technologies appear in our country to be proud of?

When will space technologies appear in our country to be proud of?

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Answer 1
July, 2021

The short and sad answer is never.

A slightly more optimistic and long answer is below.

Technologies will appear in our country - whether space, agricultural or genetic, it doesn't matter - when every citizen of the country realizes his responsibility for what he does , and will begin to do it not to "fuck off", but qualitatively. In the current situation, when even the president of the state is not responsible for anything and easily rejects his own promises, this is simply impossible.

Space technologies need a high-tech industry , but we have the entire economy is oil, and practically no progress has been made in this area over the past 20 years. Oil has fallen - the economy is stagnating.

Space technologies need personnel - competent and responsible engineers, scientists, technical specialists. Anyone who has any contact with today's education system will confirm that the state is not interested in educating such competent personnel. In any case, it looks like this. We have almost no fundamental science left at all, Russian surnames in publications only under the auspices of Western universities. And with practical science, everything, to put it mildly, is difficult, take even Rusnano. By the way, I generally believe that the low level of education of people is the main reason for the vast majority of world problems. And Russia, alas, is no exception.

Space technologies need the state's interest as a result. GLONASS was officially launched in 1991, obviously on the remnants of Soviet developments. Thirty years have passed! Yes, the system was modernized, more satellites were added, but yo-my ... thirty years ... Why? Because there is no interest of specific responsible people. And there is no responsibility as such.

... and yes, responsibility is needed. And in our country, wherever you go, everyone looks at the bosses, and they are not able to take at least some responsibility without a command from above. Examples are everywhere, at all levels. Yes, take at least the same covid masks and passes - a sheer formality to report. Partially, the universal nod to the elder could be compensated by the passionarity of individuals, but in modern Russia there are simply no passionaries like Korolev (or Musk, if you will). And when irresponsibility is combined with elementary non-professionalism, then there is generally sushi oars. It's just that a kaleidoscope of absurd decisions begins.

On the whole, I do not think that Russia is doomed to lag behind technology. After all, we know examples of the opposite in our history. But for this, it was necessary to quite rigidly unite the entire people around the central idea and refuse much (to the people). Is it possible today? I think no. But you can now try to properly educate the next generation. Then there will be a chance. Probably.

Answer 2
July, 2021

Well, a very strange question.

You can be proud of what you did yourself, well, or somehow contributed to doing. If you are related to the space industry, no matter what, whether it is a manager, an engineer, a locksmith, a programmer, an astronomer, or an astronaut, then you have the most information in comparison with us ordinary people. And then we expect this information from you as soon as possible if it is suddenly not very secret than you are there at your various design bureaus and factories with interesting things.

And if you have nothing to do with space topics, then what pride in question ??? Well, that's real ?? What attitude did your personal achievements somehow contribute to the creation of new devices or carriers? How many new astronavigation techniques have you come up with? Have you developed a new fuel for chemical rockets? A new photon engine? Precision gyroscopic technique?

Most likely not - otherwise the question simply would not appear.

And if you have nothing to do with all this, then you should not feel any pride. Regardless of whether some technologies will appear someday or not

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