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Return to Uranus and Neptune

Christopher Drew

November 20, 2012

Technical Writer

For unmanned missions, I would love to see a return to Uranus and Neptune with long-term orbiter projects. A rover built to explore the super cold surface of Pluto would've been neat too, although I don't know how practical the science would be to justify the expense of a project like that. For manned missions, I'd strongly support a permanent moon base and the eventual human mission to Mars. But just getting a newer space shuttle program up and running would be great.

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