Is it time to stop sending humans on scientific space missions?
By Mark Ingebretsen
March 19, 2012
Huffington Post blogger Dr. Richard Garriott de Cayeux calls himself “the first second-generation astronaut,” and his credentials offer ample proof. A video game entrepreneur who is the son of an astronaut, Garriott bought his own ticket to the International Space Station. He’s a board member for the X-Prize Foundation and sits on the NASA Advisory Council, and he believes that robots are destined to perform the bulk of space exploration from here on.
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