posted on Mar, 7 2011 @ 11:13 AM
Please excuse my apparent ignorance with this question, but I figure this is the best place to ask to get the best answer.
I am curious about something. If we are not going to send any more shuttles up, what happens with the space station? How are the men and women going
to get there and or back?I know the russians will probably still have their way of getting there, though Im not real clear on their space program
Now if I recall correctly, they said somewhere along the line that it would become more of a public sector?
Which in turn leads me to another question. If this is the case, wouldnt it open more doors to what may really be going on out there without Nasa's
interference of keeping things secret? If it is a public sector conducting the operations how are they going to keep a lid on sightings, personal
experience, or photos etc.? Almost seems exciting to me with this door left open if you follow my thinking here.
Maybe I have this all wrong in my understanding of it which of course leads us right back to why Im here in the first place!
Thanks in advance for any answers for clearing this up for me!