Friday, August 12, 2005

Lack of Passion for Space Mission

Below is my comment on the article of "Why NASA Can’t Get It Right" , Page 26  TIME, August 8, 2005

The agonizing flight of Discovery this time clearly indicated the turning point for manned missions conducted by NASA, the only space institution that led a glorious space age in the past several decades.

Then, why NASA can’t get it right? It is not because of the aging space technologies and the lack of space budget, but of the passion by every NASA staff and the American people to change an impossible space mission for a possible one.

The only hope for NASA now is their plain openness to disclose all the data and apologize for their faults in the public.


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