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I am among a minority of Americans who believe the nation should restore space exploration to a priority. After the scientific and engineering triumph of the 1969 lunar landing and subsequent trips to the moon, NASA’s manned space program began a slow slide from the national consciousness. Congress abetted the decline by nickel-and-diming the agency’s funding.


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