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Comment: What can be done with non-returning humans (Score 1) 307

by beojan (#46668719) Attached to: Should NASA Send Astronauts On Voluntary One-Way Missions?
What research can be done with humans who can never return that couldn't be done with robotic missions? Specifically, robotic sample return missions would be more useful than sending humans and being constrained to only the analysis for which they carried the necessary equipment. Sending humans can wait until we have a way to get them back.

If you analyse anything, you destroy it. -- Arthur Miller

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