Funding Space Exploration


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Funding Space Exploration
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It is true that conditions on our planet require massive infusion of capital to eradicate disease, poverty, hunger, and the depletion of the ozone layer. However,. It is the universe outside Earth that requires more careful study in order to not merely survive on Earth but to find new methods that might improve our own living conditions. Private funding may help, but diverting funds destined for space exploration to earthbound enterprises is not the answer. The new
, and the Dr.
must look to space to help find answers that the Earth cannot divulge.
It is obvious that...
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