A majority of Americans—even in the midst of a battered economy—believe it essential for the nation to stand at the summit of space exploration, according to a new Pew Research Center poll. The survey, released three days before the scheduled July 8 launch of NASA’s final space shuttle mission, suggests that support largely cuts across economic and educational boundaries as well as political affiliation. The findings hint at a bedrock national confidence that space exploration has a ...
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