A wavering U.S. space policy, now loosely focused on the human exploration of Near Earth Objects and Mars, is failing to serve traditional U.S. national security interests, two longtime Washington policymakers asserted in remarks before a Washington Council on Foreign Relations forum. The Moon is a more suitable focus, one that does not come at too high a price for NASA’s traditional international partners, nor too great a technical challenge for those who may wish to engage it over the ...
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