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Submitted by -Mezzo- 582d ago | image

A History Of NASA In Just 6 Images

BuzzFeed - Guys, we need to talk. (Culture, NASA)

Speed-Racer  +   582d ago
Where is Curiosity? :S Kinda a big deal and they didn't include it.
Pushagree  +   581d ago
Too bad NASA doesn't seem to understand that internet dwellers don't respond to strange things like facts and logic.
GanjaMan  +   582d ago
fake
vulcanproject  +   582d ago
Each lunar landing in today's money cost about 20 billion dollars.

Or about the total annual GDP of Afghanistan, oddly.

Just as an interesting aside, it has easily cost more than double that to maintain the war in Afghanistan every year for the United States alone, not counting the billions it has cost allied countries. (UK something like $30bn+ in total and counting)
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