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Death & Space Exploration

Started by drachal, 02/04/2003 07:19PM
Posted 02/04/2003 07:19PM Opening Post
I may be only stating the obvious in this post, but it seems to me that accepting death as a part of space exploration is sort of a maturation process. Once the problem with the shuttle is fixed and spaceflights resume, somewhere down the road, someone else is going to be killed in a mishap of some sort. It might be 5,10,or 20 years or more from now, but it is inevitable.

Just as we all know that eventually, there will be a plane crash in the US killing a number of people, space exploration & death go hand in hand.

Just my thoughts on the matter.

[COLOR="Blue"]Darian Rachal[/COLOR]