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June 5, 2014 AT 7:14 am

“Space ships we’ve ridden in so far”

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“Space ships we’ve ridden in so far” and # of flights.


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1 Comment

  1. It’s telling that 70% of the manned space vehicles (by type) were developed in the 1960s, and another 10% in the 70s (the Space Shuttle was first deployed in 1981, but that was long after its design was finalized).

    The only reason mankind has so far justified the cost:benefit ratio of human space flight has been to exaggerate the political benefits.

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