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The Sad State of Space Exploration

I had previously posted about NASA recycling 40-50 year old ideas, which were good, and abandoning a lot of its post 70s ‘vision’ and flashy expensive crap. While this new idea is a step in the right direction, does it not imply that political and bureaucratic considerations destroyed the manned US space program over the last 40 years?


  1. G. Bush
    September 15, 2011 at 1:20 pm

    This is just sad.

  2. September 22, 2011 at 7:19 pm

    yeah, they shitty government is too busy coddling rich people and fighting bullshit wars.

    what ever happened to 2001 a space oddessy….

    it’s more like americans are fat and broke but atleast they have cellphones, credit cards, fast food and online porn-I guess that’s the “bread” and “entertainment” from a crappy nation in decline…..

  3. hans
    September 26, 2011 at 3:41 pm

    NASA isn´t about going to space but keeping you OUT of space.

    That´s why all the good old working German rocket designs were so efficiently scrapped. And any real innovation is effectively discarded by the NASA bureaucracy.

    Expect more paper-tiger/computer animation mirages like this in the future for you billions of tax dollars.

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