We don't have enough technology to use all the resources on the planet Earth yet, but we've made tremendous advances in technology compared to the Middle Ages. In particular, there are many moves to increase human influence to the universe. But because the universe is made up of enormous amounts of space, planets outside the solar system are not even dreaming. It's because within the solar system, we can explore with our current technology, but we need a lot of resources and technology to explore. Of course, there's a planet called Voyager 1 that's on its way to explore the outer solar system, but it's expected to arrive in about 70,000 years, so it's almost impossible. That's why we need innovative technology that goes beyond what we have today. One of the most likely is the Light Spacecraft. Recently, NASA is preparing a huge project to conquer the universe. It's the new nuclear propulsion system. The purpose of this project is to create a technology to explore the planets around us right now!!! In our time, we aim to achieve some achievements and pass them on to the next. I think the U.S. knows that space exploration is that difficult, but it should not be abandoned. So what the U.S. is doing in space exploration is that in the past NASA reports, planets 4.37 light years away from Earth are investing more in what we call the Goldilocks Zone, which is an environment where life can live. And it's a project by Stephen Hawking, known as a genius physicist, called Breaksru Star Shot. The project will be able to get there in about 20 years if we can get hundreds of thousands of tiny nano spacecraft the size of a computer chip into space and push them into 100 gigawatts of powerful laser beams in space to maintain light speed. (Nano spacecraft is estimated to have a fog of about 1 gram and a flight speed of 1/5 of the light speed.) Of course, this project is not yet feasible because we need to improve about 29 problems, including the battery problem, starting with the observation device. Experts say it takes about $5 to $10 billion to make the project a success. But it's almost a reality, because Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg was involved and NASA in the U.S. is seen to be involved. Now, it's not now, but in a few generations, there's a lot of interest in whether the era of space exploration is going to be like SF movies.