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Neil Armstrong blasts Obama's NASA plans

May 23, 2010 | Comment icon 4 comments



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Neil Armstrong has blasted President Obama's decision to cancel NASA's plans to return to the moon.
"A plan that was invisible to so many was likely contrived by a very small group in secret who persuaded the President that this was a unique opportunity to put his stamp on a new and innovative program," Armstrong stated. "I believe the President was poorly advised."
Neil Armstrong, the first man to walk on the moon, blasted NASA's new plans for future space exploration Wednesday, adding that President Barack Obama was poorly advised when he canceled the space agency's previous course for U. S. human spaceflight earlier this year.


Source: Christian Science Monitor | Comments (4)


Recent comments on this story
Comment icon #1 Posted by loganXman 12 years ago
yep, everybody who claimed aliens warned us not to return or wutever are goin to be all riled up
Comment icon #2 Posted by Belial 12 years ago
Been there done that
Comment icon #3 Posted by odds022 12 years ago
So.. When the say 2020, i guess we are looking at 2050 then? The US will be well and truly out of the game by then. It looks like China is the one aiming for the lead in space exploration. So be it if the US doesn't want it.
Comment icon #4 Posted by Father Of Evolution 12 years ago
So.. When the say 2020, i guess we are looking at 2050 then? The US will be well and truly out of the game by then. It looks like China is the one aiming for the lead in space exploration. So be it if the US doesn't want it. Japan then China then Russia then US. Oh wait theres more. Space Agencies :lol:


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