Space exploration: opposing viewpoints
Charles P. Cozic
Greenhaven Press, Sep 1, 1992 - Business & Economics - 192 pages
Debates the space exploration issues of proper goals of space exploration, which programs should be pursued, the elimination of NASA, and the appropriateness of using space for warfare.
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Why Consider Opposing Viewpoints?
The Colonization of Space Should Be a Primary Goal
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