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Special Reports on  " General Science"

      Click on a title below to access the article in this Special Report.

Special Reports

NASA: Lost in Space?

Twenty-five years after Neil Armstrong took one giant leap for mankind, the public debate about NASA continues, revolving around the question, What can we afford and not afford to do in space?

Introduction
0n the 25th anniversary of the Apollo 11 Moon walk, the National Aeronautics and Space Administration insists that its best days are ...

Manned vs. Unmanned
Although the debate over piloted or automated space exploration hinges on money, an ideological shift underlies the conflict. ...

A Star-Crossed Record
NASA has seen its dreams of advanced projects become bogged down in the quagmire of annual funding battles in Congress. ...

Beyond NASA
Beyond NASA The 1990s will see consolidation in large space efforts, and space will be used to develop technologies to solve problems on Earth....

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