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Why did interest in Space die out?
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>>10794348
Space isn’t as new and mysterious as it was. The only thing that people care about now is life on other planets, but we don’t have the tools to go on a galactic space exploration just looking for aliens.
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>>10794348
JFK died out. Then USSR died out.
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>>10794403
We only reached the moon in 69 because he died. Had he not died, the pressure wouldn’t have been there.

With his death, JFK turn his political promises into moral problems. If JFK had survived Dallas, no one in NASA would have worked as hard as they did to get men on the moon before the decade was out.
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>>10794403
>>10794414
The promise was much more LBJ than JFK, as much as I hate the guy.
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I feel like the 1969 moon landings were the peak of America. Everything since then has basically been a letdown.
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>>10794348
It didn't. Since the mid sixties government-led projects have been getting more and more bloated and inefficient to the point where Cali's high speed rail has been getting funding for a decade and work hasn't started
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>>10794437
What do trains have to do with Space?
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>>10794348
It hasn’t. We are going into the great beyond.
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>>10794348
Because it's not real.
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>>10794428
Apollo 17 in 1972 was the peak, actually
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>>10794348
space travel was a meme

there is no economic reason to send people into space, so we don't do it
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>>10794348
To be honest, I don't think it was ever "alive". Before the space race, space travel was seen as a niche endeavor that only a subset of scientists and engineers (along with a small scifi fanbase) were interested in. Post-sputnik, American interest in space was only into "beating" the Soviets, not about what space travel actually was. The American public were only concerned over American spaceflight because it seemed pathetic compared to the Soviets, not because of what American spaceflight could do at the time. Once the Soviets were "beaten", everyone (apart from the niche crowd) went back to not caring about spaceflight. To me, Apollo was a freak event in the history of spaceflight, the capabilities and rate-of-development of spaceflight before and after Apollo make much more sense if Apollo was "cut out"
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>>10794439
Same exact thing. All of NASAs projects such as the Space Launch System are riddled with cost overruns and project delays.

Maybe it's greedy corporations who get free money from the government like the leftists say, or over-regulation like the right says, but just about everything this government does these days gets stuck in the mud.
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>>10794348
Republicans.
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>>10794459
As if spending billions on surplus military equipment is a better waste of money
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>>10794348
>a bunch of boring rocks floating around
>a huuuuuge amount of empty space between everything
wow it’s fucking nothing. fuck space
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>>10794467
NASA projects are designed by congress to create jobs. the retards with no technical knowledge get to make technical decisions
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>>10794600
Some of those “boring rocks” contain unimaginable wealth
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>>10794638
if GOD wanted us to go to space it would of been on the bible.
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>>10794348
Money and competition.
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>>10794678
Bible's pretty clear:
>space elevators NO
>generation ships to avoid natural disasters/extinction YES
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>2019
>still believe in moon landings
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>>10794467
It's both, excessive red tape and initial entry costs make a monumental effort for a space startup to break into the market and their already established competitors get enormous preferential treatment when it comes to valuable government contracts, and on top of that the already established space companies are allowed huge cost overruns, delays, and deadline failures for the sake of keeping them in good graces and preserving the jobs of individuals who deserve to be fired.
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Interest in science died out when the 'needy' decided they weren't getting the attention they deserved. The space program cost astonishingly little relative to the gains in human achievement, political world street cred, advancement in interest in science and education. That was too much for the underachievers who, despite ungodly sums thrown at them, couldn't manage to live in housing projects without destroying them (hm.... flash of global warming just went by). Anyway, social pressure pretty much killed the Apollo program, and the STS was supposed to be the revival. Meh. Spacetruck wasn't as exciting.
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>>10794690
From what?
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>>10794755
This:
>>10794750
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>>10794750

This
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>>10794750
While I disagree with your point that the 'needy' killed the American space program, I really dislike the kind of people who believe that NASA should have it's budget redirected to "feed the poor". As if $21B from NASA will make a difference to the $851B that social programs are already getting.
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>>10794348
I think interest died when the population came to full realize just how expensive, slow and primitive space travel is for us.
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>>10794698
/thread
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>>10794814
Oil
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>>10794750
this is exactly what I was goin to say.

at least the private sector is doing big steps for space development.
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>>10794678
Not sure if this is a joke but God isn’t real
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>>10794750
Aaaaaaand the /pol/tards are here
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>>10795669
yes he is. the bible tell us that he is real
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>>10794698
Good post.
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>>10794750
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>>10795480
>primitive

Compared to what?
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Because theres literally nothing out there.
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>>10795672
>>10795792
Oh no I didn't mean to commit wrong think
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>>10794348

The US congress is a bunch a shills for the corporations forcing tax payer money on non reusable rockets and other shit. That , and the boomers.
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>>10794348
Because the Earth is flat.
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>>10796465
just because someone disagreed with your autism doesn’t mean they’re policing your thoughts. you posted your opinions, others disagreed. grow up.
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>>10794348
No economic reason to. Space travel died when the USSR died.
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>>10794698
Would you please elaborate on what part of the bible says "no" to space elevators? I get that generational shops to avoid natural disasters and extinction is a reference to Noah's Ark, but I don't know what the bible has to do with space elevators.
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>>10797345
Babel, probably
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>>10794401
and why not?
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>>10795669
*Tips fedora*
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>>10795792
>>10795672
Nope. Hate /pol/, hate Trump, not fond of politics in general. But I was a teenager at the time, and heard and watched the news, talked with folks, saw the events. It was literally the cry for welfare and a "ho-um, we've done it" attitude that killed the program. Viet Nam didn't help.
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>>10797333
Apollo died a decade before the SU.
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>>10796885
Thing is, you're talking through your tainted mind. You assumed I'm some poltard because I called it like I saw it. That's your bias running amok, when you have nothing but one statement on which to base your very unscientific conclusion. It's not just your conclusion that's unscientific, it's your methodology. Where are your tests for negative? How do you prove your theory?
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>>10794348
that isn't space
it's government propaganda
funded at taxpayer expense
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>>10794348
why were the moon missions propaganda-oriented instead of science-oriented
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The program was unpopular at the time. Try using google to search articles if you're really interested.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=goh2x_G0ct4
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>>10797420
>there were no votes at all in science back
>if a crew died on the moon trying to do too much sciency shit, it would have been the geologists' asses who lobbied for it
>they thought they had 10 moon landing missions and thought "we'll get around to it someday"
and lastly
>the scientific world was actually against manned spaceflight
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>>10797420
Because they were really about "we can totes hit you with our ICBMs any time".
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>>10797435
>the scientific world was actually against manned spaceflight
Lame. I'm pretty sure they would change their minds once large amounts of scientific data come back from consistent manned missions. Robotic missions are only preferred because it's seen as the most "practical" way of doing science in space and the long development times for a small vehicle meant that the developers of such robots could take their time making the thing while soaking up as much of the budget for themselves. Being satisfied with a dinky little probe to scan some rocks every 5 or so years is one of the reasons why spaceflight has been held back.
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>>10797413
>How do you prove your theory?
no, the burden of proof is on you. the general consensus is and has been that the interest in space died out due to the USSR fizzling out and there being no real economic benefits to continuing space exploration.
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>>10797530
The USSR was going plenty strong for over ten year after Apollo. Burden of proof indeed. You've been reading too many flat Earth threads. Do your homework before you spout your opinions and think of them as fats.
Kids these days. Sheesh.
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>>10795480

This to some extent.

>I'm going to be a space explorer, make my fortune, kill evil aliens with muh atomic blaster, and fuck space cuties in zero gee!

No. That aint happening.

>But but Star Trek! The Jetsons! Lost in Space!

It aint happening, not in your lifetime. Besides distance, light years, cost, mostly just lumps of rocks and clouds of gas blah blah blah....

>FUCK SPACE THEN!
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>>10797728
Dunno about you but rocks and gas giants are more than enough for me
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>>10794459
There will be when asteroid mining becomes real
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>>10797364
Not an argument.
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turns out the ice cream sucks dick
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>>10798054
>turns out the ice cream sucks dick
This is why NASA needs more funding. Even with their minuscule budget they have made fellating frozen dairy products. Imagine what they can do with double their current budget!
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>>10794348
Never mind space, your (US) govt is not even interested in the future of humanity on this planet. You're gonna kill us all. That's what happens when you let corporations run the state.
As to space - corporate propaganda sells you big boobs and shit as food. You aren't programmed to dream big, but to obey your masters.
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Interest in space is live and kicking
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>>10798255
Perhaps, but is it alive?
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>>10794414
>If JFK had survived Dallas, no one in NASA would have worked as hard as they did to get men on the moon before the decade was out.

That's not the issue -- if LBJ did not inherit a need to make everything JFK into a moral crusade (while conveniently keeping the money flowing into Texas) then how hard NASA folks wanted to work would not have mattered -- the money taps would not have remained open.
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>>10795669
Please cite data.
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>>10795792
>>10795672

But he's right.

/pol/ is cancer. But nonetheless, after the "moon race" was won, the pressure to fund NASA at relatively high levels evaporated, while the social revolutuon of the 60s increased pressure for spending on "anti-poverty" and social programs. Google "Whitey's On The Moon," that was a real thing.

All this is compounded by the public having a HUGE misunderstanding of how much of the budget NASA consumes. It peaked at just under 4.5% in 1965, and above 1% for the last time in 1993. Currently NASA spends about one half of one percent of the Federal Budget, not all of which is spent on space exploration (about 46% goes into manned space operations, for example.)
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>>10794348
It was no longer important for american imperialist goals so they changed world views on it via their media control
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>>10797435
>>the scientific world was actually against manned spaceflight

Some were, some weren't. Just like now.

Surprisingly, the breakdown largely followed the lines of those who were paid to work on non-manned space projects, and those who were paid to work on manned space projects.
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>>10797436
It started that way, as the USSR demonstrated as early as Vostok 1 that they could heft a pretty sizable object to any point on the globe.

It quickly move beyond that, though. For example, the Saturn v was a remarkably useless vehicle for carrying a military warhead, since it cannot "dwell" in a fueled state, and takes several days, at best, of very noticeable activity to prepare it for a launch -- during that time, it would be a sitting duck in a military situation.
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>>10794750
I remember watching that Apollo movie and they showed a clip of some niggy guy singing a "Black folk starving, whitey on the moon" song. Up until that point I never realized that even then we had bleeding heart liberals telling us to blow all of our money on leeches until everyone's equally as poor instead of actual achievements
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>>10796885
just because someone disagreed with your autism doesn’t mean they’re from pol
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>>10794750
>hungry
>fat
WHY ARE AMERICANS LIKE THIS???
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>>10799615
>You can only protest poverty if you yourself are the poorest person

Why are Arabs like this?
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>>10797352
Yes.
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>>10794348
Agricultural engineering revolution. Plus Astronauts are massively chased worse than celebrities. To an extent it is torture. Plus if they have kids after space travel they’re treated like guinea pigs.
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>>10800194
Remember some cultures worshipped the moon. These people been there.
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Arguably interest in Space is coming back in a huge way right now.

Between companies like SpaceX and Blue Origin, the Mars probes and rovers, and the popularity of space based video games and movies, I would argue that the general populace is still very interested in Space comparatively.

It's the Government that doesn't care. Space exploration doesn't win votes. I guess aerospace manufacturing does, but not enough for the Government to provide real funding.
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>>10794348
It didn't but the weight of a billion niggers and Jews keeps us anchored to earth
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>>10794814
>>10795438
>>10795666

Know what the best part is?

All the untold wealth wasted and debt accumulated since the "great society" only succeeded in entrenching poverty that private industry only managed to overcome in the last 30 years.

Global poverty has only halved since 1990, despite all the money spent a generation before in the 1960s till today.
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>>10794678
Is the internet in the bible?
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i talk about space travel sometimes and all the liberal hipsters in my circle of friends turn really hostile and talk about how we have too many problems here to deal with

i think those are the only times in my life ive ever come that close to loosing my cool infront of friends
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There is nothing really up there. Money better spent on poor, POCs, and women.
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Honestly I'd take infrastructure over space force autism. Shit is gonna be mostly drones anyways.
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>>10799615
fat people are always hungry, they won't stop eating until it hurts
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>>10800216
do you even trust boeing to build a rocket anymore?
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>>10800287
>Free Real Estate
>nothing
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>>10800379
Where would GPR be the most useful?
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>>10800387

The asteroid belt
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>>10800401
farming, food production, and waste managment/clean-up, and defense. all on earth.
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>>10800424

REE, nigga
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capitalism
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>>10794589
The practice of carrying a big stick is as old as when our ancestors first picked up a rock and bashed it over another's skull
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>>10796382
Compared to the military and ayys
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>>10800360
I mean, their crew capsule they've been developing actually looks pretty decent. It's not as innovative as the SpaceX design but it looks like a solid performer at least.

That being said, they suffer from the same issues all government contractors suffer from, they are grossly inefficient and entrenched in a 40yo business mindset.
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>>10794678
what are you talking about, it says "the meek will inherit the earth" right there

now anyone with wealth and ambition is creating their own private space company. big thunk
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>>10794348
Because instead of investing on space exploration we decided to spend money with niggers.
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Because the USSR died.

With no one to stick it in the face of, what's the point of Space anymore?
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>>10794348
The moment we started with radio and the bomb tests, we activated an observing AI somewhere in our solar system. This is what Tesla received transmissions from. This system has now taken over, possibly has access to the bombs, and is using us to systematically purge all life on this planet.

That's the great filter in our case, apparently. A prior inhabitant of this planet, or another species, has left something behind. If we survive the trials they're putting us through, we may ultimately have to find and destroy them. 5G is the endgame. It establishes a control grid, will rapidly purge its implementer (us), once it's no longer needed, then, using the sum of our digitized knowledge it will recursively drag out and exterminate any form of biological life. The nukes aren't good enough because they leave sea life and the deep sea vents.

The space race was probably theater to stimulate R&D. There's some indication we essentially gave the Soviets the tech, starting materials, and know-how to make the bombs, and it still took them over 6 years to do so. Now they didn't have the central bankers quite as strongly behind them economically, but they were helped. Can you imagine a better means of controlling populations? The idea that there's a foe, and yourself, with the ability to wipe out all terrestrial life ten times over?
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>>10797443
>I'm pretty sure they would change their minds once large amounts of scientific data come back from consistent manned missions.
The only thing we learned fro manned space missions is that manned space missions are a massive waste of money.
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>>10797590
>The USSR was going plenty strong for over ten year after Apollo.
Sergei Korolev died before he could fix the N1. That was the end of the Soviet Moon shot. The program was cancelled in 1976, but was dead long before that.
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>>10800379
>Free Real Estate
that's significantly less habitable than all the "free real estate" that's still present on Earth.
https://economistsview.typepad.com/economistsview/2007/06/the_economics_o.html
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>>10802345
But their one-man mission might have flown on a Proton-K.

The Sov's fuck-up was in running two parallel programs headed by rivals and splitting a budget between them that, spent on a unified project, might barely have made it possible to beat Apollo.
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>>10802504
>The Sov's fuck-up was in running two parallel programs headed by rivals and splitting a budget between

Congratulations!

You have just summed up the entire history of the Soviet Union, in all private and public matters!
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>>10794348
Space is full of stuff that we have already know for about 5 decades. The only mysterious things about it are the interiors of blackholes, dark matter, and dark energy. But those are things we can discover by studying the microscopic and sub atomic right here on earth. Or by reforming new theories.
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>>10794475
Faggot
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>>10794348
I thought this guy was still doing the space thing and making other people interested in space things
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>>10802698
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>>10802261
Yup

We're trying to pretend China is a rival now, just to stop the nilhism from taking over and turning into a big national murder/suicide

maybe it'll even work. dunno if anyone's buying it. guys! we gotta beat China to Mars! and not turn all our own cities into a race war of extermination
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>>10802506
Sounds like a beautiful system tbqh. Have you ever read Soviet research? I've never seen such intellectual integrity anywhere else. They may have obscured their methods to an extent to prevent their colleagues from gaining an edge, bu they definitely gave a fuck about results and the truth of it. Stalin's removal of "Bourgeoisie idealism" from the sciences helped matters.
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>>10802976

>intellectual integrity

Too bad they couldn't carry that over to the amount of grain they produced, the number of rockets they blew up, the reactor accidents they had, or even who was present on their old photos.
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>>10802976
>forgetting lysenko
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>>10802990
And yet they were incredibly formidable after losing a massive proportion of their infrastructure and young men only a decade or so prior??? And were starving after the war?

Something doesn't quite add up.
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>>10803005
>>10802976
commie detected

what initial good there was in Soviet Union can be attributed to their forced and fast industrialization, same as is happening in China

it went downhill from there
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>>10803005

So formidable they had to shoot their people as they fled the country and starved their people.

So formidable that military officers stationed in the west believed the private vehicles in the parking lots were stationed as propaganda.

So formidable, that they had to buy grain from the west to feed themselves.
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>>10800435
killer plutonian nyborg my man
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>>10794348
Because it didnt make a fast buck.
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>>10803010
I'd like to have your feedback on my post here. The Soviets have begun to fascinate me but I don't know much about them.
>>10802331

>inb4 crazy
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>>10803035
he's ukrainian, your post probably reads like the sunday comics to him
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>>10803040
I should move to Ukraine then?!
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Earth is flat
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>>10803064
The Earth is flat. You really think we're on some SPINNING BALL?
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>>10796382
Movies. Interest in space comes from Hollywood. If you can't provide the Millennium Falcon or sexy green women with loose morals, the public gets bored quickly. The reality of space compares very poorly to space in popular entertainment.
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>>10794348
nothing there. apparently. Aliens don't exist. well ... that the story government agencies and media corporations sold for a very long time. it's now out in the open that agents communicated with extraterrestrials, look into the declassified Tesla files just to understand the scope of what has been concealed.
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>>10795792
back to resetera or whatever shithole you came from
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>>10796885
try to grow some balls
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>>10803031
Who the fuck is getting into science for the money?
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There's nothing worthwhile to achieve with space travelling. It's dark, empt, cold and even short distances take silly amount of years of a human lifetime to cross.
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For the life of me, I cannot fathom these fucks that think manned space missions aren’t the tightest shit ever.

Oh, poor baby, does the lunar base not financially benefit your personal paycheck? Who gives a FUCK, it’s a fucking BASE on the fucking MOON!
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>>10804043
Because you're not the one financing them.
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>>10804062
I pay my taxes, cunt
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>>10794348
Nixon plus Vietnam war.
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>>10794348
https://news.gallup.com/poll/260543/first-time-majority-backs-human-mission-mars.aspx

For First Time, Majority in U.S. Backs Human Mission to Mars
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>>10794348
Only the high IQ are interested in space, mongoloids never once cared about it.
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>>10801586
'pennies for the hungry'

yet she's a fat McCoon

why are niggers like this?
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>>10803430
/Pol/ is the biggest asshole of the internet I've ever seen though. The festering shit in it is putrid.
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>>10794459
>be titan
>oil
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>>10795792
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>>10795669
Citation requested
>he hasn't taken the panentheistic deism pill yet
Sad!
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>>10797827
It really is though. Try again.
>>10798054
I had some at the Smithsonian space museum. It's not great but it's not terrible.
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>>10800274
They're right. By the way, your umbilical cord was clamped early.
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>>10794348
They started to clamp, vaccinate, circumcise, and poison the food and water supply. This killed our drive, passions, ingenuity, and self awareness. What you see around you is the result. Stupidity, negligence, laziness, and pure undiluted mediocrity. Riding on the brain drain among other things.
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>>10806247

Who the fuck is against it? For what reason?
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>>10800248
>the "great society" only succeeded in entrenching poverty

They made the problem worse. They paid MORE money to poor single mothers than poor married women with kids. Thus destroying the black nuclear family. Today a super majority (~75%) of all Black children are born out of marriage. Children raised in families without fathers have higher crime rates and poorer economic futures. Welfare destroyed black families and permanently impoverished them.
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>>10794348
Because the Cold War ended and the U.S. (and other countries) currently don't have any political motives for space travel
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>>10794475
Spotted the bernie faggot.
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>>10807730
>"There's enough problems here on Earth. We should be focusing on solving them rather than leaving them. The money for spaceflight should be redistributed to feed the poor. There's not even anything useful in space."
Or something to that effect.
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>>10800264
there's a cryptocurrency with the KJV in it
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>>10800274
your friends sound based
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>>10807856
If we afforded everyone proper resources, stopped clamping and vaccinating, we could get to space with ease. The reason there are hungry people is less a matter of a perverse and broken system (of usury, ie, extreme overarching control), and more a matter of a large constellation of methods and standard procedures designed to dumb down the populace. Without which we probably would have stabilized properly long ago.

Not sure what the answer is, but clamping and vaccinating, fluoridation, need to go.
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>>10807856

>lame daughter

I don't know why this made me laugh so hard
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>>10807856
What's wrong with that image?
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>>10808864
>obese woman complaining about hunger
>spending taxpayer money on niggers instead of cutting edge science and technology

I am even in favor of a comfy welfare state, but that regressive mentality displayed in the picture is abhorrent.
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>>10808876
>>spending taxpayer money on niggers
Oh you're just racist, I thought you had a good reason
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ksp and spacex have revived it
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>>10808896
Oh, dont get me wrong, we should spend taxpayer money on them niggers, as every citizen regardless of race should have basic standard of living. But not at the expense of NASA, which is some of the best spent taxpayer funding ever.
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>>10808864
It shows an ignorance of NASAs funding compared to the social programs of the US. NASAs budget is only about 3-4% compared to what the US spends on its social programs. Such people who believe the image also believe that spaceflight is useless despite the growing space industry.
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>>10807741
I want to illustrate something about black tribes in Africa and it is not even about IQ.
The women are able to survive and produce for their children with no help from males. Some sub saharan tribes only spend 2 hours a day getting food.
So what is the Male role? Why would they stay around raising kids when they don't need to?
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>>10794678
>worshipping a man-fearing god
We shall eat from the tree of life as well.
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>>10808954
Most western countries spend about 30 percent on social budgets. With CRISPR/Cas9 there is a chance this could be halved. And if everyone born will have an IQ of at least 100 (today's scale) development and science will improve too.
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What is the best place to watch documentaries about space?
Curiosity stream seems shilled as fuck by youtubers, but is it actually good?
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>>10801586
Godwin's summerfag corollary: Any thread, no matter what the subject is, will eventually be blamed on black people.

> /ck/
> Why does my cake fall flat in the oven?
> Niggers.
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>>10798054
This shit never actually made it into space.
I bought some every time we went to wright patterson air and space museum as a kid.
One summer it was crazy humid out and it partially rehydrated a chunk I had left out and it was like a really gooey marshmallow.
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>>10794348
>Why did interest in Space die out?
Republicans.
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>>10810135
PEOPLE ACTUALLY READ THIS AND DON'T THINK WE WERE ENGINEERED BY ANOTHER SPECIES. I JUST DON'T EVEN UNDERSTAND.

IF GOD DID NOT EXIST, MAN WOULD CREATE HIM. MAN WILL ALWAYS DESIRE A GOD FOR OUR GODLESS WORLD. THAT'S WHY THE FOOLS FALL FOR IOT ETC. THEY WANT GOD. THEY WANT TO FEEL LOVED AND PURPOSEFUL TO THE CREATOR.
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>>10811712
Unironically YouTube
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>>10811746
That’s a funny way of saying Democrats
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>>10813861
Schizo
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>>10813961
>t. clampo
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>>10794428
>I feel like the 1969 moon landings were the peak of America. Everything since then has basically been a letdown.
Pic. related is also a peak. F-35 shows how deeply the entire West has fallen.
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>>10794348
because there is unironically literally actually nothing there
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>>10814462
The blackbird is such a sexy little thing.
They had one at the air and space museum in Dayton, OH and it looked like it was going sanic fast just sitting there.
They also had a bunch of the x planes.
Biggest heartbreak of my life was finding out my eyes were too bad to be a fighter pilot.
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>>10811961
I don’t. Just disproved your hypothesis.
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>>10814738
The truth about space.
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>>10814738
>What is the asteroid belt
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>>10814462
>F-35 shows how deeply the entire West has fallen.
yeah, into my price range
also the F-35 is an amazing aircraft
but hey whatever CNN says, right
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>>10794348
Earth is flat
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>>10818652
Earth is a Torus
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>>10794348
rich people who own the government diverted the money to war spending. there is nothing you can sell for a profit in space or on another planet. No money, no go.
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>>10818699
Earth was clamped.
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>>10794348
As soon as it wasn't a dick measuring contest with Russia the boomers lost interest.



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