Let's Check All The Reasons! Why Do People Want To Go To The Moon?

By Undezyn Team

top 5 reasons 

- Water On Moon - Making a Space Station - Astronomical Studies  - Early Life Species on Moon - Aliens exist on Moon

water on moon

The moon's poles have permanently shadowed regions that never receive sunlight, which could be used for air, water, or propellant. Potentially used for ice extraction, plant growth, hydrogen and oxygen separation for breathing, & rocket fuel.

how & why make space stations?

A space station could be built in pieces on Earth, taken to the moon, and assembled there. The purpose of the Space Station is to enable long-term exploration of space and provide benefits to people on Earth.

astronomical studies

The Moon's lack of air allows for clear star and galaxy observations, while its side blocks Earth's signals, allowing us to listen to space. This helps us understand the Sun, cosmic history, planets beyond ours, light bending, dark matter, and universe changes.

Early Life Species on the moon

Studying the Moon's geological history and conditions can indirectly provide insights into the conditions that existed on Earth and other planets during the early stages of life.

alien on the moon

Examining the moon's old surface and structures could uncover hints about alien life. The untouched moon might hold signs of space microbes or past interstellar interactions.

some more facts about moon

- Distance From Earth - Duration To Reach - Human's Life On Moon


The distance between Earth and the Moon is about 384,400 kilometers (238,855 miles).


Apollo missions take 3 days, but Chandrayaan-3 takes 40 days to reach the moon using a slower path that saves money. It uses Earth orbits and engine boosts to go slowly, allowing a less powerful rocket. This makes it affordable.


The moon lacks protection from meteorites and radiation, and its intense temperature fluctuations require shelters for living.

chandrayaan-3 update

ISRO shares video of Chandrayaan-3 Rover ramping down from Lander to Lunar surface, and previously shared photo of Lander on moon's surface.