When President Bush set out a new space policy for the U.S. almost six months ago, he clearly intended to restore vitality to the U.S. space program by setting it on a path toward human exploration of the solar system. This was a bold move on the part of the U.S. President. Whether Congress and the American public will approve his call for a renewed focus on exploring space remains in question. They should, and if they do, the U.S. will be positioned to take a dominant role in coming decades ...
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