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"A German moon-landing is possible during the course of the next decade, around 2015," Peter Hintze, state secretary for economy and technology, told ZDF television.
Such a mission would cost around 1.5 billion euros (2.2 billion dollars) over five years, he said, adding that the scientific benefits would justify the expense, even as Germany suffers its worst recession in six decades.
Originally posted by Peruvianmonk
Do you think they will visit their Nazi base they built just after the Second World War to provide them with the news that they lost 4-2 to England in the 66' World Cup Final, and Far-Right Politics is back in vogue and it could be time for them to make a comback?
[edit on 13-8-2009 by Peruvianmonk]
Do you think they will visit their Nazi base
they built just after the Second World War
provide them with the news that they lost 4-2 to England in the 66' World Cup Final,
Originally posted by heineken
We can see that the space race is quite open nowadays..but what will the Germans exactly gain form this?