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Editor's Article:

It is important to note just how fortunate we are solar system wise. Not only do we have a moon at a convent distance to take millenniums of the time to develop space travel, but we also have a stable orbit within the first third of the lifespan of a medium size stable sun. We have also been blessed with not just a few Geniuses without whom we would still be just getting off the ground. Finally our Government is the world leader in funding space exploration and supports private enterprise's endeavor to do the same. What are the odds of this scenario's frequency through out the Galaxy? Maybe life can not form without a certain number of suitable solar standards. We are blessed perhaps above many other life forms in other solar systems (if there are any).

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