If they’re artificially intelligent, they may be stranger than we think.
There may be less than previously thought.
That doesn’t mean, of course, that there isn’t enough to be very useful. After all, we used to think there was none at all.
…is in deep kimchi.
I always thought it was stupid to put up cubesats on SLS. That had to be a political decision.
Prutty good crater ID, eh?
Elon can do whatever he wants, but personally, I wouldn’t give NASA a dime to do this. They’ll do it in the most ridiculous, Apollo-like way. The only way I want to see government employees go to Mars is if they buy a ticket from SpaceX (or someone else, though I have no idea who that would be).
We’re essentially alone in it, and that’s OK.
…is doomed, without us.
NASA was right not to do it.
On the other hand, I never thought it should have been named for him in the first place, and not because of the “Lavender Scare” thing. It just didn’t seem appropriate.