21st Century Version of Saturn V?
So maybe instead of Apollo on steroids, we get a 21st century version of Saturn V?
The whole space program has been important to the Tennessee Valley region in which I live. (Huntsville) Hope this works for the best.:thumbup:
Senator Shelby?! XD
I just want to see some serious deep space exploration done.
I did have a scary thought about the development of the heavy lift booster: if it were to coincide with a "discovery" of a rogue meteor headed for earth in conjunction with "revealing" that life could be easily sustained on Mars because of significant finds of technology, a sort of "When Worlds Collide" sort of scenario would erupt. (It would make a good story/movie (again) though!):001_tongue:
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