As civilization evolves through time, humans had begun to unfold the capabilities of the mind to create things and it had evolved through the great span of time from ancient world to the modern era but human civilization cannot be considered advance yet until it is able to reach the nearest planet from earth. As human had begun to embrace the modern world of digital technology and space travel, it had become a burden for mankind as to how would it be able to reach the moon and the nearest planet from earth. The primary concern for space travel is fuel. The fuel that would be capable of transporting a ship from this planet earth to the next nearest planet in the solar system, the answer to this question might be here on earth as well, the very element that came from space and form our beautiful and amazing planet, it is water. Water is a very vital element to human existence although many take it for granted but water is truly our life and time will come that water will be a very valued commodity in this planet.
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