Monday, 2 May 2011

A race against a stroll

Red China, feeling its oats, boasts of putting a space station into orbit as proof of their emerging superpower status.  Meanwhile, Bigelow Aerospace plans to build a larger station at lower cost and most likely sooner.

The lesson: Red China is not only forty years behind the times, but for their "superpower" bid they're in a space race against a hotel.

Or the Isle of Man.

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