Making space vision a reality

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When Dr Michael Griffin took charge of the US space agency (Nasa) last year, it seemed as if he was being handed a poison chalice.
Whereas some of his predecessors had been in charge of heroic expeditions to the Moon – he had inherited a grounded shuttle fleet that was soon to be scrapped and a partially built International Space Station that critics were labelling expensive and pointless.

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