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President Barack Obama releases statement regarding the Mars Rover Curiosity Landing

Compiled by Evan F. Moore

President Barack Obama released a statement in response to the historic Mars landing yesterday.

“Tonight’s success, delivered by NASA, parallels our major steps forward towards a vision for a new partnership with American companies to send American astronauts into space on American spacecraft,” President Obama said. “That partnership will save taxpayer dollars while allowing NASA to do what it has always done best – push the very boundaries of human knowledge.”

President Obama also thanked the staff of NASA who made the exploration possible.“I congratulate and thank all the men and women of NASA who made this remarkable accomplishment a reality – and I eagerly await what curiosity has yet to discover.”

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Evan F. Moore is a freelance journalist who also is a blogger for Chicago Now, WVON, and The Extra Blog: The blog website for Extra, Chicago’s leading bilingual newspaper. He also blogs at Fanning the Flames since 1978.
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One Response to President Barack Obama releases statement regarding the Mars Rover Curiosity Landing

  1. Gaby says:

    Well, I lived in Chicago for 40 years, now I live in the south burbs’. I think that black people in geernal were totally brainwashed by Daley & white folks overall. Blacl folks would talk about Daley like a dog, but every election they would vote for this guy overwhelmelly in every black ward. The older ones thought Daley & old man Daley were just Great !! How so !! I think the slave mentally is still in a lot of black people. I think there will never be another black mayor in Chicago

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