Paul Spudis

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Name: Paul Spudis
First reported Jul 29 2014 - Updated Jul 29 2014 - 1 reports

LETTERS: Keep space plans grounded; food stamps debated; too many wars rage

SPACE RACE IS DEAD ENDLast Sunday's article by Eric Berger headlined "NASA fixates on Mars, rivals target moon," reveals once again that space scientists in general, and "Mars shooters" in particular, have totally lost touch with reality.Here they are ... [Published Beaumont Enterprise - Jul 29 2014]
First reported May 27 2014 - Updated May 27 2014 - 1 reports

Robots Will Pave the Way to Mars

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?> Illustration: Ben Wiseman The first robot capable of building anything including a replica of itself, might cost a fortune to develop; the billionth copy would be as cheap as dirt. Send some of them ... [Published IEEE Spectrum - May 27 2014]
Entities: Robotics, NASA, Paul Spudis

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Paul Spudis, who Berger quotes, says "the water (on the moon) is enough fuel to launch a space shuttle every day for 2000 years."
The rocks were billed at the time as a scientific treasure and they didn't disappoint either. "our ideas about planetary formation and evolution had to be rewritten from scratch after apollo" says geologist Paul Spudis of the Lunar and Planetary Institute in Houston, Texas

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LETTERS: Keep space plans grounded; food stamps... [Published Beaumont Enterprise - Jul 29 2014]
Robots Will Pave the Way to Mars [Published IEEE Spectrum - May 27 2014]
China's lunar rover seen in images from the moon [Published Spaceflight Now - Dec 16 2013]
Watch China’s Moon Lander Touch Down [Published Popular Science - Dec 16 2013]
Apollo special: It's the solar system, stupid [Published New Scientist - Jul 08 2009]
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