Armwaving from the UK

Nasa and its small, sideways step for mankind, Opinion, The Times Online

"Despite this, the pressure to place this dodo in orbit again will be enormous. Nasa has plans for a new generation of rockets (ironically, much the same as the "old generation" that the shuttle was designed to replace) that would put men and equipment into space more safely."

Editor's note: Let me see - I seem to have misplaced my list of British manned spacecraft to use in my response to this uninformed gentleman who doesn't like the way we explore space in America.

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