Thursday, July 15, 2010

NASA Reauthorization Bill


Norman Copeland said...

Will you tell me what vehicle you would build for, shall we guess, shall we imagine...

I've heard talk of a super lifter, but, I still think the money could be spent better on African launch facilities and let commercial space business plan with America's launch towns.

What is your opinion about small town development around America...

Robert F. Dorner said...

I think this new bill is just what is needed. Keeps skilled work force entacted. Uses exciting infastructure. Plus, most important, no single company would ever have the ablities to build an HLV the size needed to launch a reactor that will be needed for deep space or even Lunar/Martian Ice to oxygen/water/fuel production.

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