|La page A3 du Washington Post du 14 septembre 2012.|
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the National Cathedral of
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|La "Une" de USA Today du|
14 septembre 2012.
Press review after the national ceremony for Neil Armstrong : renewal interest for space ?
|After the ceremony. - Photo :rke|
As usual, after a big event, here is a little press review of the Washington neighborhood. If the Washington Post talks about the ceremony in tribute to Neil Armstrong yesterday Thursday, September 13, USA Today, which also celebrates its thirtieth anniversary this Friday, September 14. Also the newspaper refers to the ceremony and title page 7A « A final send-off » . But it’s above the "One" of the USA Today caught my attention with a picture of the Mars rover Curiosity: « Will web e the first Martians ? » asks USA Today studying the possibility on a full page a human landing on the red planet and the life ont the red planet. In all cases, the subject comes before space in the press and tickle the curiosity of readers. Richard Branson says on page 9F: « Millions of people may become astronauts », referring, of course, to his Virgin Galactic project, the first suborbital flights (hop in space). Note that these first flights for tourists are constantly updated. And are provided on December 2013, may be the beginning of 2014.