That’s all for now

That’s all for now

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That’s all for now

This message is the 25th and last in a series of Foundation essays designed to inform the Internet public about the incredible possibilities awaiting us in space.

We hope to someday have the resources to expand this series to include a number of other issues but for now we’ve run out of steam…

To learn more about the Space Frontier Foundation you might want to check out our home page at http://www.space-frontier.org.

If you’d like to support our work please send a donation of at least $25 ($35 outside the US) to:

Space Frontier Foundation

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If you want to volunteer to help in the work of the Space Frontier Foundation please send a brief outline of your interests and capabilities to openfrontier@delphi.com.

We hope you’ve enjoyed the Frontier Files.

We will leave you with the following quote from The High Frontier by Gerard K. O’Neill © 1976.

“We are surely far from having found the best ways in which human beings can live together and govern themselves; surely far from having achieved freedom for all, or having explored all the talents of which the human mind is capable. What chance will we have, though, here on an Earth ever more crowded and more hungry for energy and materials, to allow for diversity, for experiment, for groups to try in isolation to find better lifestyles? What chance for rare talented individuals to create their own small worlds of home and family, as was so easy a century ago in our America as it expanded into a new frontier? For me the age-old dream of improvement, of change, of greater human freedom are the most poignant of all; and the most chilling prospect that I see for a planet-bound human race is that many of those dreams would be forever cut off for us.”

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