Griffin Speaks Before IAC

NASA Administrator Michael Griffin's Remarks for 56th International Astronautical Congress

"...But as much as we can take pride in these accomplishments, the dawn of the true space age lies ahead of us. In a relatively short amount of time, I believe people around the globe will be able to look up at new Moon, and with the aid of a strong telescope, be able to see the glimmering lights of a research station on the lunar surface manned by an international crew."

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