Science and Outerspace

Just out of curiosity, If some one were to take a journey to Jupiter, what do you think would be the social benefits?

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  1. There would be one less mouth to feed on Earth?

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  2. But where does this traveler get the food for a 10-year-roundtrip to Jupiter?

  3. XD

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