Yes we do need the moon to survive. Without a space suit, a human would survive not much more than a minute in space, so Tim’s stay means living in a fragile survival bubble. NASA and other agencies have been trying to figure out how to put humans on Mars for many years. Mars is a hostile planet, and is currently unable to support human life. As a fact, in the night without the moon it would be very dark, not mentioning the technology. If We Had No Moon Science - 50 min - ★ 6.27 Without the moon, humans wouldn't exist. 1 decade ago. As you feed your moon jellyfish, since they are translucent, you should actually be able to see the stomachs filling up. Yes. To survive anywhere, of course we need water and air. Moon Mysteries Science - 50 min - ★ 7.38 The Moon is our planet's closest neighbor. Also these things can survive for a good many days without feeding, but for every day missed you will have to feed them twice per day to make up for it. Once we figure out a way to locate this vital resource on the Moon, the real progress can begin. 0 0 1. We need to control the waves on the beach. But is it possible that we all need the Moon for our very existence? To survive on Mars, humans need the same things they need on Earth: water, a breathable atmosphere, and food. Tim made it safely to the space station and now he faces the next challenge – living in space. Astronomers hate the Moon because it ruins perfectly good observing nights. Nights would be really dark without the moon. If you like, you can divide the feedings and do it twice per day. Login to reply the answers Post; Anonymous.