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Shuttle is back, but honestly, I just don't care, commentary, Orlando Sentinel

"Between now and 2020, NASA needs $270 billion to retire the space shuttle, develop its replacement and return to the moon, a trip that will cost more than $60 billion."

Editor's note: A. This guy needs to talk to someone who actually knows what they are talking about.

B. This guy is a sports writer. So, I would guess that he thinks that a bunch of guys running around throwing a ball and making obscene amounts of money for doing nothing of real value is more important than space exploration. Gee, why not just say so?

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