Exploration: September 1996 Archives

Dan Goldin On Fox News

26 September 1996, Fox Morning News

Lark McCarthy: Quickly tell us, what is NASA's next major goal? What's the next big thing you want to do?

Dan Goldin: We want to figure out whether life is unique to planet Earth. And we've begun that process. We have ten spacecraft going to Mars in the next decade, and we're going to figure out how people could live and work safely in space.

And if we could figure out that there's a really good scientific reason for getting to Mars, and solve the debilitating effects of living in space, we want to see a footprint of an American astronaut on the surface of Mars.



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