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Yes. And missions of discovery and scientific enquiry a better use of money than the militarisation of space!
Quote from: imatfaal on 08/11/2010 10:31:17Yes. And missions of discovery and scientific enquiry a better use of money than the militarisation of space!You say that, but who's going to protect us from the Commie-Nazi-Aliens!!!  
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I'd like to know, cause here I go again...
peppercorn, starting a colony on Mars is OK, I mean we're not bumping off it's native population like the British Empire did sometimes.
New Horizons, which is the NASA robotic spacecraft mission currently en route to Pluto, is a costly mission. Does anyone believe it is worth the turkey (money)?
The cost is $650 million, spread over 15 years, or about $2 per person in the US. I would be willing to pay $2 to see photos of Pluto and its moons, and to learn more about them.