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Where should the US space program go next? Moon? Mars? Elsewhere?

Originally published on Published Online: May 29, 2010 
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Where should the US space program go next? Moon? Mars? Elsewhere?

5 Responses to “Where should the US space program go next? Moon? Mars? Elsewhere?”

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    Mike H. says:

    Finish the International Space Station, then take it from there.

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    Nick says:

    Back to the moon. I'd like to see a permanent base, which could cheapen future missions.

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    Eric Couch says:

    I agree, back to the moon and establish a permanent base. That will provide invaluable lessons for when we go to Mars.

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    Rachel says:

    To me, we should continue going on into space. There is only so much moon you can study. People say that someday we shall live on Mars, yet what are they doing to develop the technology to get us there?

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    cmhicksusmc says:

    Privitize all space explorations and operations maybe we will get somewhere.

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