DEADLINE: THIS FRIDAY, AUGUST 17, 2012
- August 16, 2012 |
- 1:21 pm |
Should NASA send people to Mars? Build a moon base? Maybe unleash a fleet of awesome robotic probes to explore the solar system?
You can now offer advice on what NASA’s plans should be. The National Research Council is conducting an independent study on NASA’s strategic direction, soliciting comments from experts in science, technology, and space policy — and they’re also asking the public to get involved.
In their public comment section, the NRC will ask what you think NASA’s vision, budget, and international collaboration program should be. But hurry — the public commenting period ends tomorrow, Aug. 17!
National Research Council Public Comment Form -- DEADLINE THIS FRIDAY, AUGUST 17, 2012:
Sources: Wired Magazine, National Research Council, NASA.
ALSO SEE -- Public comments submitted, 2012 August 17, by Glenn A. Walsh for the National Research Council's independent study of NASA's Strategic Direction:
Glenn A. Walsh, Project Director,
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