Baker Institute Urges Moon Over Mars

Credit: Moon: NASA
HOUSTON—“Mars is a bridge too far,” counsels Rice University’s Baker Institute for Public Policy. It is the Moon—a destination whose surface was visited by a half-dozen Apollo missions between 1969 and 1972—that makes more sense, according to a two-page policy missive penned by George W.S. Abbey, a...

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