|03-16-2011, 04:14 AM||#1|
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Future of space exploration -Poll
Since the end of the Apollo era, US space policy has been to develope systems for living in space and robotic exploration. The Interntional Space Station has been essential in learning how to construct, live and operate in space as well as be an excellent scientific outpost for research. Robotic missions have seen the farthest galaxies, inner workings of the sun and ventured to most of the planets as well as comets, asteroids and the edge of our solar system. Is this enough, or should we reach farther?
a) Should we maintain the status quo in Earth orbit?
b) Should we colonize and industrialize the Moon and Mars?
c) Should we explore Moon and Mars, but build an outpost near Jupiter?
I choose 'c'
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