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MarkWhittington writes "During an interview with USA Today on the eve of the arrival of the Mars Rover Curiosity, NASA administrator Charles Bolden had some interesting thoughts on why a humans to Mars mission should be international and not American led, how the world should react positively to the Chinese beating America back to the moon, and what he would do (or rather not do) if NASA were to have an "unlimited" budget." Link to Original Source
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