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Old December 29 2013, 04:36 PM   #16
Alidar Jarok
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Re: Solar panel belt around Moon

I think you've certainly made it crystal clear that you're for it (considering that you're the only one advocating for it). To me, colonization of Mars is a little more promising. Something about the presence of an atmosphere that appeals to me more.
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Old December 29 2013, 10:52 PM   #17
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Re: Solar panel belt around Moon

Hey, I'll take either one. Right now, people view space as just a place for weather communications or military satellites. We have got to get beyond that market limited model if we are to ever get off this planet in a big way.
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