I'm one of the thousands of Star Wars fans that have a huge, huge interest into NASA. Star Wars came about a few years after the end of the Apollo moon landings and a few years before the Space Shuttle program - Just like now, a year after the shuttle and a few years before the new rocket, the Space Launch System (SLS) will fly to the moon. Just next month, the company SpaceX shall launch a capsule from Cape Canaveral to the International Space Station. I've not heard a single person who knows what SLS is, but it's the replacement for the shuttle that it's first flight will launch an Orion capsule straight to the moon. Anyways, I wanted to post a thread about the future of NASA and what you all think of what we should do, because we're in a time of transition and while politicians play with money, they also pay with our future, and our dreams, the very thing NASA is all about.. Also, I suggest watching this video - it's quite moving, and it's so true.