NASA's Jeffery Hanley went to the US Human Spaceflght Plans committee in Washington to do a show and tell on Constellation, the space program that will take us to the Moon and Mars. He played this report on its state.

While there are some naysayers who claim that Orion, Ares I and V are not the best option to take us back into real space exploration, NASA thinks the contrary. The Right Stuff people says that only after three years they are already testing actual components, and they have all needed hardware and software in various stages of development.

I tend to believe the folks who took humans to the Moon in record time, only to be shut down just when the fun started. [Hyperbola]