Volume 46, Number 29
July 26, 2019
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LUNAR LANDING IN 2024 TO PREPARE FOR MARS MISSION
Moon to Mars: Bridenstine Tells the Senate NASA's Plan for Deep Space Exploration
by Kesha Rogers
I. Conference: After ApolloOur Mission Today
Being Happy About Each Other's Creativity Is Necessary If Human Civilization is to Survive
by Dennis Speed
Homo sapiens extraterrestris: Man Is the Man in Space
by Helga Zepp-LaRouche
The Solar System's Next 50 Years
by Benjamin Deniston
FIVE MORE CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS:
'My Favorite Part Is Getting People Excited about Science'
by Andrea Jones
'There Are Things We Have To Do Together'
by Dr. Xing Jijun
Human Technological Progress, Like Photosynthesis, Is a Principle of the Universe
by Krafft Ehricke
A Space and Science Policy Is the Alternative to War
by Krista Ehricke Deer
Genius Lights the Way
by Wade Goria
II. British Empire Games
Frantic British Censors Strike YouTube and GoogleExposing Themselves Yet Again
by Barbara Boyd
The British Factor in U.S. Confrontations with Syria and Iran
by Carl Osgood
III. Crash Program for Mars
Big Payback from Mars Colony Mission
Part 1 of 2
by Lyndon H. LaRouche, Jr.
October 21, 1988
The Jan. 27, 1989 Jailing of Lyndon LaRouche Defined an Era,
Which Now Must End
The LaRouche Case video
the LaRouche Memorial video
Sign the Petition to Exonerate LaRouche at
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