Do you think we will ever restart our space program again?
I think going with the population explosions continuing on our planet and the over use of the limited resources here, I don't think we'll have much choice but to continue with space exploration. We will need to find more resources and habitats. Robots are fine at the moment, but I think it will need people landing on another planet to really discover if there are valuble resources. Lets just hope that future generations are more kind to alien worlds than we have been to our own!
The Question suggests that the space program has ended, which is not the case. They simply retired a spacecraft that was becoming risky due to its age. Looking at the proposed budget and current policy direction, the space program will continue as usual and perhaps even on a larger scale.
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