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Astronauts: U.S. society 'risk-averse' to exploration

There are 1 comment on the Vallejo Times-Herald story from Jul 21, 2009, titled Astronauts: U.S. society 'risk-averse' to exploration. In it, Vallejo Times-Herald reports that:

While America paused to reminisce about Buzz Aldrin and Neil Armstrong's first moon landing 40 years ago, a group of space veterans used unusually blunt language Monday to express frustration at a nation that appears to have lost its exploratory compass in space.

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Benicia, CA

#1 Jul 22, 2009
So true what the former astronauts are saying. California should be on the cutting edge in space exploration, especially since we are supposed to be the technology innovation State. Why isn't Vallejo Economic Development and Chamber of Commerce looking into attracting that kind of technology business for Vallejo and Mare Island? This would instantly put Vallejo on the map and attract much needed investment and tax revenues.

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