Core mission Mr President? A third of the voters say, go Mars!

by | Mar 16, 2009 | Constellation, exploration, NASA | 0 comments

Jeff Foust twittered about this survey, carried out by the Everett group, and anyone wondering what the US taxpayer thinks what NASA’s core mission should be (something president Barack Obama wants to navel gaze about apparently) need only read this

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