Letter: Mars Curiosity mission too expensive
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$2.5 billion to land a vehicle on Mars ["Mission to Mars," News, Aug. 4]. Why?
$2.5 billion would feed and clothe starving people on this planet. This country is trillions of dollars in debt.
Where are our priorities?
Again I ask, why?
Mabelle Baepler, Islip