View Full Version : Book Review: Return to the Moon

2006-Jan-21, 12:20 AM
SUMMARY: For anyone who's managed a program, they know that the best time to consider options is before the program begins, long before. Rick Tumlinson and Erin Medlicott present their book Return to the Moon at the start of the US's program to return to the Moon and Mars. In it, they offer a choice selection of articles by very experienced specialists, all whom have the same ambition. All these people want to see this US program put people on the Moon successfully and to the greatest advantage of all of us. Their other desire is that this program contain the right mix of government and private initiatives that will maintain people in space for a long time.

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Fr. Wayne
2006-Jan-21, 03:29 PM
I'm still baffled as to why we didn't take Asimov's advice to make sure we don't leave all our eggs in one basket and set up a polar station capable of round the clock solar energy input. Even groups like Space Studies Institute have twiddled their thumbs for way too long. Given all the rich billionaires around, no wonder conspiracy nuts have been having a field day. :mad: