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The Guardian view on space exploration: the final frontier | Editorial

Travelling to the stars fuels scientific curiosity and inspires generations. The heavens are common property and should be open to all The internet has made some men so rich and ambitious that Earth no longer seems large enough to contain their fortunes – or their egos. That is the simplest explanation for the revival of interest in space exploration. But exploring space has always been a noble and inspiring pursuit undertaken for motives that are neither.
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