Going to the Moon with the Apollo Project

March 08, 2004

Today on Focus we'll talk about the future of America's space program with expert John Logsdon. He supports further Moon and Mars missions and says that while the technical problems are significant, the Mars project would be a compelling mission that would attract high-quality scientists to NASA, and finally allow the organization to concentrate some of the world's greatest minds on a single exciting task.

Guest: John M. Logsdon (Director of the Space Policy Institute, George Washington University)