Friday, August 1, 2014

NASA strategy is doomed to failure

NASA strategy is doomed to failure
The - Published 08/06/2014 at 13:59 - Amended 08/06/2014 at 14:32
The American Academy of Sciences found that the manned space program of the American Space Agency "is an invitation to failure."

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A report by the American Academy of Sciences pin the manned space program of NASA , which it considers to fail, and the loss of the dominance of the United States in space, advocating return Moon before conquering Mars.

"The continuation of this approach to Nasa, developing a launch system and a ship to fly beyond earth's orbit while continuing to operate virtually only the International Space Station (ISS) up to half of 2020s, all with a budget does not cover inflation, is an invitation to failure and disillusionment, "write the authors of this paper 286 pages produced by the National Research Council. The American space agency does not give a timetable, but its main goal is to send astronauts capture an asteroid before going to Mars.

In addition, this judge panel of independent experts, this "may also lose the international perception long that the United States is the dominant space-faring nation."