Bill AndersNASA's Astronaut and former pilot of the lunar module Apollo 8; He made his first mission on orbited the moon, He thinks that "misery" and "almost ridiculous" is the planning of human missions to Marsi.
In an interview with BBC Radio 5 Live, Anders said "the biggest helmet" of the guided space programs is "especially cheaper." He said that Public support is not enough to fund much more expensive human missions. "What is most imperative? What drives us to Mars?" He said, and said: "I do not think the public is very interesting."
However, Frank BormanCommander of Apollo 8, he got a little bit shorter.
"I am not as critical as the NASA Bill," said BBC Radio 5 Live. I think we need a strong exploration of our Solar System and I think this man, "added Borman.
For now, the NASA has expanded Two rounded round marbles, that is, Opportunity and wisdomThey send land signals. Marsen's newest exploration is the nuclear landing of InSight on November 26, designed to explore the depths of the red planet.