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NASA Is Not Out of Business
Since the end of the Space Shuttle program the questions have grown louder and louder. Many Americans I speak to, and articles covering the space program, ask, "What happened to NASA?" I'm glad to report that the rumors of NASA's demise are wrong.
NASA Astronaut Discusses
and the Dangers of Spacewalking
Journalist at OpenMinds.tv
"The thing is you are prepared to do your job, but you are not prepared for the view around you. You know, what you see around you is just so magnificent it just kind of blows your mind, and the view of the earth is just incredible."
Space Exploration - A Presidential Priority
Member, Coalition for Space Exploration
America cannot afford to squander the opportunity to take full advantage of exploring the next great frontier: space. So it is time for the presidential candidates -- Mr. Obama and Mr. Romney -- to let America know where they really stand on the issue.
TODAY: Space Shuttle Prototype, Replica On Move In U.S. Cities
NASA Simply Stopped Being a Priority
Howard Steven Friedman
Statistician and health economist for the United Nations; Teac...
Will we look back and ask ourselves whether the decision to abandon space was a wise decision? Or will historians look back and identify this decision as a textbook example of when America sacrificed long-term strategic goals for short-term interests.
Va. Legislator Proposes Tax Subsidies For Space Burials
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Astronaut Explains Why We Should Send People To Space
Reflections On Outer Space And Our Inner Soul
Our exploration of space has allowed us, for the first time, to see our planet as a whole in its dazzling beauty, without the man-made borders for which so much blood was shed.
Newspaper Confuses 'Atlantis' With Doomed 'Challenger' Space Shuttle
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The 11 Most Memorable Space Shuttle Program Moments
NASA's 30-Year Space Program In Photos
NASA's Secret Beach House: Where Astronauts Relax Before Launch
NASA Engineer: Space Shuttle Is 'Magnificent Flying Machine'
Space Shuttle's Legacy: Soaring In Orbit And Costs
NASA Sets Date For Last-Ever Shuttle Launch
A Daughter's Dream of Space (As an Era Comes to a Close)
Margaret Lazarus Dean
Sometimes people ask me how I grew to love spaceflight. I used to answer that I spent a lot of time at the Smithsonian as a kid. But as time went on, my answer started to reach back one step further.
A Nation in Need of Awe
Founder, Leadership for a Responsible Society
NASA launches have become so routine that the media barely take notice. After 125 missions, perhaps this is to be expected. We can get used to almost anything, taking for granted what our energy, ingenuity, and dreams have granted us.
Tips for NASA: Houston, You Have a Problem
Writer, New York City
You shot yourself in the foot by calling them Space
. "Shuttles" don't boldly go where no man has gone before, they go to Chicago, and occasionally bring you from Parking Lot T to the front entrance of the State Fair.
Die-Hard Space Fans Flock To One Of Shuttle's Last Launches
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