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Space Watch: History\'s moment of truth

Published by Sigurd De Keyser on Thu Jun 2, 2005 9:46 pm
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Robert Zimmerman wrote an excellent and a must to read article.
It’s a long article, I suggest to start reading it on it’s original place:

WASHINGTON, June 2 (UPI) — The next five years will determine, for good or ill, the future of U.S. manned space exploration for decades to come. More significant, a confluence of forces will accelerate that process.

Several of these forces rely on the decisions of Michael Griffin, NASA’s administrator. Just as crucial will be the actions of Congress and the public, and the success or failure of several private entrepreneurs, including a former programmer who is trying to rebuild the American rocket industry single-handed.

Click here to read the long and excellent article.

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