The Apollo Program, A Personal Journal: “We Choose To Go To The Moon”


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  1. I agree, Jay. Even NASA seems to be drifting these days (at least on the manned mission side). The value of firing up the imagination of the next generaton of young people is the real payoff, I think.

  2. Your article highlights the reasons for why we must pursue a presence on Mars. Sometimes I think it’s a shame the Cold War is over because another Space Race would do the Space Industry some good.

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