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The Case against Manned Space Exploration

From The Physics ArXiv Blog, a remark by 'KFC' on Anton Zeilinger's proposal to use the ISS in the Space-QUEST quantum entanglement experiment:

That should please mission planners for the International Space Station which has yet to host a single significant experiment in space.

A longer, more reasoned case is made by Philip Ball here.

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