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  Should we keep sending people into space?
Updated 02 February 2003, 15.54

Following the Columbia space shuttle tragedy, some people are saying that the risks of sending astronauts into space are too big.

They say the experiments and work they do in space could be done by people on Earth using remote control.

But others say that this isn't possible, and we should continue to try and make our way into space.

What do you think?

Should we continue sending people into space?
 Yes - the work they do is very important
  67.56%
 No - there are other ways
  32.38%
1748 Votes Cast
Results are indicative and may not reflect public opinion


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