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Another Voice In The Chorus

Robert Zimmerman (no, not that one, the one who's written a book or two about space) suggests, of all things, that perhaps the government should look to the private sector for space transportation. Imagine that!

I wonder if anyone in Washington is listening?

[via Mark Whittington]

Posted by Rand Simberg at September 24, 2003 09:06 AM
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I hope so, but I somehow doubt it. The congressmen who have NASA stuff in their districts will fight any major changes, and no one else in Congress has a personal investment in these things.

I think it would take a significant Presidential (or Vice-Presidential) committment to reshaping NASA for that to happen, and I somehow think that's pretty low on this adminitration's priorities. :-(

Posted by Dean Esmay at September 24, 2003 11:48 AM

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