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https://arstechnica.com/science/2020/06/russias-space-leader-seems-pretty-bitter-about-spacexs-success/?amp=1

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  1. The guys who made slide rules must have been pretty bitter when someone else came up with the pocket calculator.  The attitude of Russia’s under-funded space crew is quite understandable, watching their market slip away.

    What is less understandable is that the US taxpayer had paid for the Delta Clipper DC-X in the 1990s, doing many of the things then that SpaceX is doing now — most particularly the reusable maneuverable rocket.  Some of the surviving videos are amazing!  Yet We The People have happily tolerated NASA continuing to spend $Billions to accomplish not much — and we still tolerate NASA building horse-and-buggies when Duesenbergs are on sale.

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