Hey, When Are We Going to Mars?

President Bush watches Mike Griffin in action at the Launch Control Center (click to enlarge)

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White House Press Briefing 26 July 2005 (NASA Excerpt)

"Q And how is the Mars program going?

MR. McCLELLAN: NASA can probably update you on the effort. Again, this is a long-term program, and you can sit there and smirk about it, but the President felt it was important -- (laughter) -- the President felt it was important to outline a clearly defined mission for NASA. And we're all excited about today's launch and we wish the --

Q Will he be speaking about it --"

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