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View Poll Results: Where Should NASA Focus its Resources?
Pure Science (Robotic Probes, Missions to the Outer Planets, Telescopes) 3 37.50%
Exploitation of Space Resources (Asteroid Mining, Zero-Gravity Research and Manufacturing Stations) 2 25.00%
Something Else (Describe) 1 12.50%
I don't Care. 2 25.00%
Voters: 8. You may not vote on this poll

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Old 08-17-2012, 07:33 AM
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Originally Posted by Tek_Freek View Post
Since the Constitution is decidedly a part of this thread I would ask how the war in Iraq and the war in Afghanistan fall under the Constitutional rights given to Congress and the President who sent our troops there.
No. The Constitution is a part of this discussion only inasmuch as it affects NASA and the agency's directive. Please take this discussion back to Politics and Other Controversies, please.
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Old 08-20-2012, 11:15 AM
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Um, it was never there. I was just pimping the Constitution fanatic.

I think we should support NASA in any of their endeavors no matter what they may be. Government involvement or no what they do is vital. Eventually private enterprise will take over, but until then it requires the support of all of us through the government.
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