Off in Space
To the Editors:
I have been awed by the beautiful pictures taken from space of the moon, the earth and the other planets [NATION, Nov. 26], and long to explore the vastness of the universe. Space, however, cannot be the expensive playground of the scientists and the military. It must first be developed for its economic benefits, for energy from the sun and raw materials from the asteroids and the moon. Space is a rich frontier large enough for all mankind.
Sandra Lee Adamson
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