The government may have inadvertently revealed a secret when the California director of a NASA center mentioned the "100 Year Starship," where astronauts leave the Earth to colonize another planet, but don't return because the destination is so far away that it would take too long to make a round trip. So why don't they just send robots instead? It would certainly be cheaper: Obama cancelled our projected trip to the moon when he was told it would cost $150 billion, but we could send robots there for less than $200 million.
In the November 2nd edition of the New York Times, Kenneth Chang quotes NASA engineer Stephen J. Altemus as saying, "We're doing impossible things with really very little, if any, money whatsoever." Meanwhile, in Fox News, John Brandon quotes Simon Worden as saying, "The human space program is now really aimed at settling other worlds. Twenty years ago you whispered that in dark bars and got fired."
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