The second of two consecutive failures of NASA missions to Mars has prompted Congressional hearings to reveiew what might be wrong with the space program. A panel talks about “faster, better, cheaper,” NASA’s guiding principle for the 90s, that is now likley to be reconsidered.


  • John Pike Federation of American Scientists
  • Pat Dasch Executive director of the National Space Society
  • Alex Roland Chair of the History Department at Duke University and former NASA historian


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