Should the U.S continue the use of the International Space Station?

Posted by: subdeo

The ISS (International Space Station) is a laboratory that orbits the earth 250 miles above our heads. It is run by a partnership of nations, including the U.S.A., Russia, Canada, and Europe.

  • Yes, The ISS is a good investment for science

  • No, it is a waste of money.

92% 24 votes
8% 2 votes
  • The ISS lets the U.S. invest in science and learning. It has proved to be useful.

    Posted by: subdeo
  • But of course- the ISS is our window outwards. We experiment with medicine, agriculture, and technology on the ISS and it is truly vital to our expansion as a species and the human race. <3 NASA!

  • ISS, it's lame. I'd rather have a moon base called ISS, then a floating piece of scrap metal that has to be continually maintained and wasted money on.

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