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NASA Mars Missions The United States is justified in spending billions of dollars on NASA space missions to Mars Throughout the course of history man has dreamed of stepping foot on another planet The advances in technology in the 20th century have allowed man to do what at one time was considered unthinkable for millenniums before With the advent of the modern space program in the early 1950s NASA has performed many inconceivable feats They have sent and returned men to space Theyve set up space stations orbiting the earth They have allowed men to land on the moon collect samples and then return to the earth They have sent spacecraft to explore comets and other planets They have even sent space probes outside the known walls of this solar system Recently NASA has been spending billions of dollars in researching our second nearest planet Mars In understanding the scientific importance that such research can mean the United States is justified in spending this money on NASA space missions to Mars President John F Kennedy said in 1961 that he believed that the United States could put a man on the moon before the end of the decade Unfortunately he never lived to see this prophetic feat performed But in July of 1969 Neil Armstrong stepped foot on the moon before live audiences around the world As he stepped out on this extraterrestrial surface he stated the now famous words That was one small step for man one giant leap for mankind But why was Kennedy so adamant about sending men to the moon What significance could such a feat serve in our lives Of course we lived in a different time then Many believed our effort to send a man to the moon was
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