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Originally posted by sepryo
Why not use it to build a space craft? Something pretty big that wouldn't actually land but would be a vehicle of sorts
Originally posted by tarzan
As Nasa recently celebrated another anniversary of space exploration what are people's thoughts amidst the financial crisis if the International Space Station still warrant's further funding?
Should NASA simply just scrap further flights to the station and begin to divert funds into the Constellation program?
Most recently the Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter was pushed back from being launched in 2008 to 2009
and there is discussion of the Mars Science Laboratory being cancelled or delayed.
Since it may not be feasible to continue with both programs simultaneously without some sort of cutback.
Originally posted by rusethorcain
Wake up dead thread!
...I don't even feel a pulse
[edit on 11-3-2010 by rusethorcain]
Originally posted by ADVISOR
Personally I think the Hubble should be connected to the ISS, via detachable/reattachable telerobotic interface.
It would be a match, made in the heavens.