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Space, the Final Frontier... for Muslim Relations?

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By Bobby Eberle

From the time I was a child, few things held my interest more than rockets and space flight.

My family took me on tours of NASA, and I collected all the brochures. Even, now I have a box of newspaper clippings from the first space shuttle launch in 1981, and on my office wall is the op-ed page from the Houston Chronicle in 2003, where Buzz Aldrin and I shared our thoughts on the Columbia accident.

Now, after so many years of school and work, it pains me to see what is happening to the agency that once took Americans to the moon. When Barack Obama's hand-picked head of NASA says that his foremost duty is for better relations with the Muslim world, then something is seriously wrong. Build rockets. Explore the heavens.

And leave the Obama politics where it belongs!
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