NASA's relief

Dear Editor:NASA could breathe a sigh of relief at North Korea's failed attempt to launch a satellite last Friday. This failure means that North Korea will not be able to send a satellite around the moon for another five or 10 years. NASA would not be able to keep North Korea from telling the world that they can not find any of the six moon landers or the three moon rovers. The United States, China, India and Japan have sent satellites around the moon and all four of these satellites had telephoto lens that could take a close-up picture on the moon but all four satellites did not take one close-up photo. Why not? Mike Sandoval, Downey

********** Published: April 19, 2012 - Volume 11 - Issue 01