Now we concentrate on building our castle of sand in the form of debts to the nations that are now racing to secure the moon's resources. We want to steal oil here on earth from angry Muslims while there is no bin Laden on the moon, is there?
From the Times: With Asia's biggest powers set to launch their first unmanned lunar missions — possibly as early as next month — the countdown has begun in the hottest space race since the United States beat the Soviet Union to the moon nearly four decades ago.
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This appears to be a defect in the browser which should be addressed soon.
China, meanwhile, is rumored to be planning a September blastoff for its Chang'e 1 probe, but is coy as to the date.
The Chinese satellite and its Changzheng 3 rocket have passed all tests, and construction of the launch pad is finished, according to the National Space Administration's Web site.
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