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Vedic philosophy holds that the universe is an interconnected and dynamic system of energy, matter, and consciousness. It further suggests that exploration of space is a reflection of our inner exploration. Space exploration is a journey of understanding the eternal laws of nature, discovering the unknown, and seeking knowledge, which is the primary purpose of life. It is a way to explore the mysteries of the universe, and to gain insight into our place in the grand cosmic order. Space exploration can also be seen as a form of spiritual development, as it allows us to expand our awareness and experience the vastness of the universe. In addition, by exploring space, humans can come to appreciate the interconnectedness of all things and the importance of living in harmony with the environment. Ultimately, Vedic philosophy views space exploration as a means of discovering the spiritual truths that lie beyond the physical realm.

को अद्धा वेद क इह प्र वोचत्कुत आजाता कुत इयं विसृष्टिः | अर्वाग्देवा अस्य विसर्जनेनाथा को वेद यत आबभूव ॥६॥

But, after all, who knows, and who can say Whence it all came, and how creation happened? the gods themselves are later than creation, so who knows truly whence it has arisen?

इयं विसृष्टिर्यत आबभूव यदि वा दधे यदि वा न | यो अस्याध्यक्षः परमे व्योमन्त्सो अङ्ग वेद यदि वा न वेद ॥७॥

Whence all creation had its origin, the creator, whether he fashioned it or whether he did not, the creator, who surveys it all from highest heaven, he knows — or maybe even he does not know.

—RigVeda (10.129)