by Stephen J. Pyne
In two prior ages of exploration, the work has been inseparable from contact between peoples leading to colonization. Last month's successful landing on Mars may herald an age where technology encourages all people to imagine themselves as equal participants.
by Steve Pyne
The Voyagers launched 20 years after Sputnik. They continue 40 years later. They span 67% of the entire space age.
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