Sunday, February 21, 2010

This Week in Space

The International Space Station gets a room with a view like no other - many wish NASA had as clear a view of what is next in space. "This Week in Space" talks to the exiled president of the "Constellation Nation" – former NASA boss Mike Griffin – who equates the Obama decision to Richard Nixon's cancellation of Apollo – only worse. And we hear from a leading space entrepreneur – Eric Anderson of Space Adventures - who says the Obama plan is "brilliant... a masterstroke of U.S. space policy."

1 comment:

heroineworshipper said...

Still remember when the word "masterstroke" was used to describe his health plan. In all cases of the reality distortion field, the cost is supposed to be eaten up magically. Why not fund mortgages commercially?