More NASA Bashing From USA Today

Our view on the return to the moon: NASA, the costly frontier, opinion, USA Today

"On a practical level, this project raises a number of obvious questions. Why go back to the moon? Why build what is partially rationalized as a base camp for an eventual trip to Mars in the gravitation sink hole of a planetoid? Where's the scientific reward that would justify such an expense? And, given the entitlement-driven budget crises that will arrive about a decade from now, can such an expensive venture retain support?"

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