NASA weeps, as our national presidential embarrassment strikes again.
Jim Bridenstine was a climate change denier before he became NASA administrator, but he still had some interesting things to say about NASA's research initiatives, particularly with regard to Mars exploration.
Understandably, the authors of the two papers, published in the journal Science, are very careful not to make the claim that they have discovered life on Mars.
But their findings have disturbing implications for Earth's future.
“We have got to get past that and figure out what are we going to do going forward,” a GOP aide stressed. “Some of the accusations, I mean you wouldn’t believe some of this stuff. It’s just — I mean, you’ve got to be on Mars to come up with some of this stuff.”
News of the day for Friday December 3, 1999 - Mars Polar Lander mission hits snag and loses communication with NASA. Upturn in the economy and Pres. Clinton announces 20 million new jobs as a result. World Trade Summit clashes continue. Stock Market in steady climb - poised to hit 10,000. Not a bad day, unless you worked for NASA or were hanging out in Seattle.
There is nothing like seeing close up pictures of a planet millions of miles away to make you feel like a tiny blip in the universe. This is a hi-re
'cause I've been a NASA geek since I was a kid... Science Daily: A NASA spacecraft has sent pictures showing itself in good condition after making