Westover Adult Nonfiction
629.40973 NASA 2012
Aug 12, 2019
Each title in the highly acclaimed Opposing Viewpoints series explores a specific issue by placing expert opinions in a unique pro/con format; the viewpoints are selected from a wide range of highly respected and often hard-to-find publications.; This edition of the Opposing Viewpoints series discusses the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA). Article topics include the future of the NASA space program, issues surrounding the space shuttle program, NASA funding, and NASA's role in ; "Each volume in the Opposing Viewpoints Series could serve as a model…not only providing access to a wide diversity of opinions, but also stimulating readers to do further research for group discussion and individual interest. Both shrill and moderate, th
221 pages ; 24 cm.
9780737757453 (hardback), 0737757450 (hardback), 9780737757460 (paperback), 0737757469 (paperback)
Includes bibliographical references and index.
"NASA: Opposing Viewpoints is the leading source for libraries and classrooms in need of current-issue materials. The viewpoints are selected from a wide range of highly respected sources and publications"--,Provided by publisher.
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APA Citation (style guide)
Haerens, M. (2012). NASA. Detroit: Greenhaven Press.Chicago / Turabian - Author Date Citation (style guide)
Haerens, Margaret. 2012. NASA. Detroit: Greenhaven Press.Chicago / Turabian - Humanities Citation (style guide)
Haerens, Margaret, NASA. Detroit: Greenhaven Press, 2012.MLA Citation (style guide)
Haerens, Margaret. NASA. Detroit: Greenhaven Press, 2012. Print.
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|505||0||0|||t What should be the future of the NASA space program? The United States needs a robust space program /|r Bob Deutsch --|t Grounding an American dream /|r Keith Perine --|t NASA needs a clear vision for its future /|r Rand Simberg --|t Human spaceflight should end /|r Michael Lind --|t Human spaceflight should not end /|r Russell Prechtl and George Whitesides --|t NASA should shoot for a human landing on Mars /|r Loren Thompson --|t NASA has more important priorities than a human landing on Mars /|r Iain Murray and Rand Simberg --|t NASA should establish a moon base /|r Hal G. P. Colebatch --|t What issues surround the space shuttle program? It is the right time to end the space shuttle program /|r Hanna Rosin --|t Private companies could keep space shuttles flying /|r N.V. --|t The space shuttle program never performed to expectation /|r Pete Peterson --|t Houston should have received a retired space shuttle /|r Ted Poe and Pete Olson --|t There are good reasons Houston did not get a retired space shuttle /|r Michael Grabois --|t How should NASA be funded? President Obama's NASA budget should be approved /|r Newt Gingrich and Robert S. Walker --|t President Obama's NASA budget should not be approved /|r George Landrith --|t The United States must provide stable funding for the space program /|r Christian Science Monitor --|t NASA must make tough funding choices /|r Charles F. Bolden Jr. --|t NASA should facilitate further privatization of the space program /|r The Economist --|t It may not be feasible to privatize more of the space program /|r Carolyn Gramling --|t NASA's education programs should be better funded /|r Jay Rockefeller --|t What role should NASA play in diplomatic and scientific affairs? NASA should recognize its diplomatic role /|r Christopher Beam --|t NASA should not be engaged in Muslim outreach /|r Mona Charen --|t NASA is not tasked with Muslim outreach /|r Evan McMorris-Santoro --|t NASA should be monitoring global climate change with the Deep Space Climate Observatory /|r Bill Donahue.|
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