Mars is alluring, yes. But why do we fail to recognize the benefits and opportunities our celestial companion has to offer us?
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When I was eight years old, the universe opened up for me. It was 1981, and NASA’s Voyager spacecraft had beamed back photos of Saturn. It was the most beautiful thing that I’d ever seen. I can remember standing outside at school one day and looking up at the clouds that were slowly passing over
Recently it was announced that the U.S. sequester (which has resulted in budget cuts right across all U.S. governmental departments) had cut all public outreach programs of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA). It turns out that this may have been a slight exaggeration; a knee-jerk reaction to any expenditure cuts to the once-popular