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In 50 years who is the leader in space exploration?

Started by AstroMart, 04/07/2018 03:51PM

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Posted 09/02/2008 06:33PM #1

Human, robotic, or both?
Posted 09/04/2008 04:17PM #2
I think I must have missed something.
Who put humans on the moon? Who has sent more than one successful lander to Mars? Who has sent probes to Mercury & Venus? Who has sent probes to the larger planets and finally out of the solar system? Has China done 30+% of that [as of 9/4/08]? Russia deserves a sentimental vote for Sputnik and for first putting people in space around Earth.
What are we measuring here? :S
Posted 09/05/2008 03:51PM #3
After 50 years of space exploration who is the leader? is how the question should have been phrased. The current phrasing of the question could be misconstrued as ; in 50 years from now who will be the leader in space exploration?
Posted 09/07/2008 03:12PM #4
If so, I win... Yea me.

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-Guy


(ps, don't forget about Venera)


Richard Wright said:

We are measuring the diameter of our paranoia.

Philip Davis said:

I think I must have missed something.
Who put humans on the moon? Who has sent more than one successful lander to Mars? Who has sent probes to Mercury & Venus? Who has sent probes to the larger planets and finally out of the solar system? Has China done 30+% of that [as of 9/4/08]? Russia deserves a sentimental vote for Sputnik and for first putting people in space around Earth.
What are we measuring here? :S

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