Was it a good idea to cancel NASA's manned moon mission program so that NASA could focus on other priorities such as a manned moon mission?
And, darn the luck, the decision had to come a month before an announcement of about 158 billion gallons of water locked up in ice on the moon’s surface.
I wonder if we could put man back on the moon if we spent the entire planet’s GDP like we did during Apollo. It’s just a shame we lost all of that manned moon mission technology during the Cold War.
Or maybe we could just go to Mars, since that is easier.