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Bush's space plan eyes new generation

MIT, other schools seen expanding roles

By Bryan Bender
Globe Staff / January 21, 2004

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WASHINGTON -- When President Bush needed to know whether it would be feasible to create a permanent base on the moon as the first step to send humans to Mars, administration officials turned for analytical help to an institution that has a long history with the space program: the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. (Full Article: 1013 Words)

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