Once More Into the Breach…

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…at NASA, that is.

As details of the Columbia shuttle disaster become more available, space agency officials are also threatening to crank up the shuttle program as soon as possible.

Even if they get the mechanical issues settled, though, NASA still doesn't have a clue when it comes to purposeful space travel. But then again, they don't have to as long as they've got a gov't-granted lock on beyond the friendly skies, at least in the U.S..

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  1. Last spring, Popular Science ran an a cover story about the 10 things NASA can do to get the public interested in space exploration. Their number one suggestion: GO SOMEWHERE!

    By “somewhere” they meant something other than puttering about in low earth orbit, conducting little Suzie Smith’s 4th grade science project on how Zero-G affects bread mold.

  2. I wanted soooo much to add a post here. But, Mark S., I can’t add anything to that!

    MARS OR BUST!

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