When our government decided to cancel NASA’s Constellation Program several years back, which would have taken us back to the moon and to Mars, Homer Hickman (author of Rocket Boys and October Sky) wrote a short story set in the not-so-distant future. This was his take on America in a “post-NASA” world, a world where the United States is not the leader in human space flight exploration. I wanted to share it with you, as I have some specific opinions that are of a similar topic I will be writing on in the future, and thought this would be a perfect preface. It’s an interesting tale, for sure – and a little disturbing to say the least.
I hope you find it interesting, as well, whether you support NASA’s endeavors or not. Oh, and were you aware that China landed its first rover on the moon last December?
The Boy Who Looked at the Moon by Homer Hickman
Just something I was thinking about . . .
5 thoughts on “China’s Moon?”
That does raise a few questions and leads one to ponder what the future may bring.
I know Jenni – I am always pondering what the future may bring . . .
Thanks for following!
Read the story you linked to and enjoyed it a lot.
Thanks for sharing.
You’re welcome, Lance! Glad you enjoyed it 🙂