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Lessons from the Cold War: Why Man’s First Trip to Mars is a Matter of National Security

Adam Routh Space, Mars A manned trip to Mars has the ability to captivate the American imagination and produce an emotional connection to and a broader appreciation of space. Harvesting the American public’s appreciation for space—and the technology’s based within it—will be vital if the U.S. is to improve its national security. Without broad public support for increases in space-based national security investments, the U.
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