Yeah for Lunar H2O! What about the rest of us?

If we were given the choice between slamming a $491 million automobile into an iceberg to see if it contained water or sending 10,000 individuals to college for the next four years, many of us would choose the latter option. One of those 10,000 might find a cure for cancer, end world hunger, devise a plan for […]


      Although it no longer makes headlines nor the six o’clock news, about twice a month in 1978 somebody launched something into space.      NASA’s current agenda alone calls for domestic communications satellites, weather satellites, new military communications and surveillance satellites, a satellite to test the magnetosphere, one to study propulsion principles, experimental TV broadcast […]