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THURSDAY, NOV 15, 2018  |  10 comments
NASA wants people on Mars within 25 years

Deadly radiation from the cosmos, potential vision loss, and atrophying bones are just some of the challenges scientists must overcome before any future astronaut can set foot on Mars, experts and top NASA officials said Tuesday.

The US space agency believes it can put humans on the Red Planet within 25 years, but the technological and medical hurdles are immense.

"The cost of solving those means that under current budgets, or slightly expanded budgets, it's going to take about 25 years to solve those," said former NASA astronaut Tom Jones, who flew on four space shuttle missions before retiring in 2001. ...


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Jon chiarenza  Find all comments by Jon chiarenza
D destroy one planet on to the next
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News Item11/15/18 8:32 PM
Cora Suither | PA  Find all comments by Cora Suither
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My Own 2 cents  Find all comments by My Own 2 cents
"Mighty Thighs Michelle Obama."

Lol!!! 😂😯😄👍

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Frank  Contact via emailFind all comments by Frank
Neil wrote:
Naturally, bureaucrats who have plenty of ideas of things for taxpayers to finance, like the "good old days" of the Space Race, when beating the Soviets to a useless place like the Moon was a matter of national pride, not science. They are supported by escapist science nerds obsessed with space travel (thanks to science fiction), even though objectively, it is pretty hopeless given the physics. Since many scientists and engineers are paid by the gov't or work for private firms with deep pockets, they don't care about the fiscal side; that's someone else's problem.
I think NASA/JPL did far better for less money and less risk with unmanned interplanetary probes, but with no astronauts, it's got less crowd appeal.
Thanks for your perspective Neil. I simply don't understand programs like this and yet we have over a trillion dollar deficit.

Yes, the time and distance pretty much make it hopeless as you said.

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The Quiet Christian  Find all comments by The Quiet Christian
Just as a point of order, Romans 8 states that "the creature" or all creation groans waiting for the revealing of the sons of God. That would include the whole universe. In fact, the heavens and the earth will pass away and become new. It is remarkable that little Adam and Eve could create a universe sized mess through the Fall, but even more remarkable that only one Man is necessary to make it right again -- but only the Lord Jesus Christ.

Still, I agree that there is not life elsewhere. Even if there is, man must remain the capstone of Creation as Jesus died for us in our place.

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News Item11/15/18 3:35 PM
Hal C. Ondays | Isles of Langerhans  Find all comments by Hal C. Ondays
I nominate for the first Mars inhabitants: Bill and Hilary Clinton and Big Ears Barry Obama and Mighty Thighs Michelle Obama.
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Neil | Tucson  Find all comments by Neil
Frank wrote:
Why would anyone want to live on another planet?
Naturally, bureaucrats who have plenty of ideas of things for taxpayers to finance, like the "good old days" of the Space Race, when beating the Soviets to a useless place like the Moon was a matter of national pride, not science. They are supported by escapist science nerds obsessed with space travel (thanks to science fiction), even though objectively, it is pretty hopeless given the physics. Since many scientists and engineers are paid by the gov't or work for private firms with deep pockets, they don't care about the fiscal side; that's someone else's problem.

I think NASA/JPL did far better for less money and less risk with unmanned interplanetary probes, but with no astronauts, it's got less crowd appeal.

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News Item11/15/18 2:42 PM
Frank  Contact via emailFind all comments by Frank
Why would anyone want to live on another planet? There isn’t life anywhere in the universe except here on earth. Our scriptures testify about life on this planet and Christ died for life on this planet, not Mars, Jupiter, etc.

But, if they want to waste billions of dollars looking around the universe, so be it. Better that than spending billions of dollars on liberal causes.

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News Item11/15/18 12:18 AM
NeedHim  Find all comments by NeedHim
Free Unverisal Health Care, for the Rocks on Mars, too, lol.
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Plain Old Tim | Possum Hollow, USA  Find all comments by Plain Old Tim
I wouldn’t mind if all the liberals went tonight.
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