Re: Manned vs. Unmanned

From: Steven Rogers (
Date: Thu Feb 06 2003 - 11:44:36 EST

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    On Thursday, February 6, 2003, at 04:04 AM, Art Glick wrote:
    > Do you think that a robotic mission could have possibly applied the 
    > mirror correction to the Hubble?
    How many Hubbles would there be if the manned budged were spent on 
    robotic exploration? The fact that there is only one is a symptom of 
    how money is allocated (post cold war inertia). What is the cost of the 
    one shuttle mission to fix it compared to the cost of building and 
    launching an entirely new Hubble?
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