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Obama Aims for Mars, but Venus May Be More Logical

President Obama wants to have humans on Mars in about 20 years, a goal that prompts all kinds of questions about the logistics of such a feat. But as Brian Fung writes in the Washington Post, it also prompts a more fundamental question: Why Mars and not Venus? As proponents...
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