May 10, 1947: Mankind takes its very first step into space with a V2 rocket being launched out of the atmosphere.
July 20, 1969: Mankind lands on the Earth’s moon; this is the first time mankind visits another world.
In 22 years mankind went from being completely ignorant to space aeronautics to setting foot on the Moon.
1980: Voyager 2 takes the first images of Europa’s surface, giving evidence to conjecture that Europa has liquid water under its surface
1995: Based on data gathered by the probe Galileo, the scientific community conclusively verifies that liquid water exists on Europa
2012: Mesopotamia is engulfed with war and elected officials of the world’s most powerful governments debate of what social freedoms their Judean law codes allow for.
Never: Mankind gets its head out of its ass and sends landers to Titan, Europa, and Enceladus: extraterrestrial bodies that without a doubt can sustain life with salty oceans and organic compounds.