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Space Log: NASA budget logjam broken?

George Leopold
9/24/2010 07:09 PM EDT

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David Ashton
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re: Space Log: NASA budget logjam broken?
David Ashton   9/28/2010 8:35:05 PM
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Would it be too much to expect that NASA teams up with the chinese, and the human race actually gets somewhere outside our little planet?

george.leopold
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re: Space Log: NASA budget logjam broken?
george.leopold   9/27/2010 12:22:50 PM
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You may be right, Bob. In recent weeks, the Chinese have apparently figured out orbital rendezvous, although U.S. intelligence reports hint that the two spacecraft may have bumped, which is not a good thing. On the other hand, Chinese space efforts may provide NASA the kick in the pants it needs to again go beyond Earth orbit.

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Bob Virkus   9/26/2010 4:27:56 PM
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The answer to that question is way to easy. The human will be Chinese and the transport will have a Made in China sticker.

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