社评 0829 美国太空总署重返月球计划
美国太空总署重返太空探索计划重新啟动， 将会绕行地球四十二天， 為了安全起见， 这次之试飞不会载乘太空人。
NASA 将在太空舱发射后开始做官方直播， 据称十枚小立方卫星将被稀放，进行深太空的相关研究。
事隔五十年后 ，美国再次进行这项行动， 显示着对太空探索及争取领导地位之企图心。
在群眾大会上 ，他们主要之訢求之一是希望德州立法把购枪年纪提升到二十一岁 ，但是州长并未对此要求有正面回应， 他希望加强在学校安全防卫及心理健康， 一位示威者高喊”艾伯特州长， 你还希望多少鲜血染到你的手上？”
诚然， 我们十分同情这些失去亲人之父母， 他们还没有开始自己的人生 ，就被一名未成年之兇手杀害， 而且这些悲剧还不断上演。
我们呼吁社会大眾必须唤起更多之同情心及社会之力量， 把我们这个己经生病的社会进行诊断， 共同来拯救并还给无辜死者一个公道之理由。
Artemis I Is On An Historic Lunar Journey
NASA’s Artemis I mission, if the weather permits, with the space launch system rocket and Orion spacecraft, will lift off from Kennedy Space Center in Florida on Monday.
But the uncrewed mission is part of an inspiring program as well as a very critical mission.
NASA administrator Bill Nelson said, “We’re going back to the moon in preparation to go to Mars. That is the difference. Fifty years ago we went to the moon for a day, a few hours, three days max. Now we’re going back to the moon to stay, to live and to learn to build.”
Instead of the Soviet Union, the U.S. now is in a space race with China. Nelson said, “We must be very concerned that China is landing on the moon and now cooperating with Russia and has plans to build a new space station there.”
If the 42-day uncrewed mission around the moon and back is a success, it will keep NASA on track to meet its goal to return again to the moon in 2025. China is also planning to land its astronauts on the moon in 2030.
Uvalde Families In Austin, Texas
A group of Uvalde family members was in front of Governor Abbott in his office at the Texas state capitol in Austin demanding him to call a special session of the Texas Legislature to raise the age to purchase some weapons from 18 to 21.
One of the leaders of the group asked the governor, “How much more blood will stain your hands?” Several families attended the meeting from both Uvalde and Santa Fe where a 17-year-old murdered 10 classmates in 2018.
Abbott was not in Austin and has so far rejected calls for a special session. Instead, he is focused on school safety and mental health initiatives.
It is very sad that all of these families have to suffer with all of these tragedies. We all hope the leaders of government along with community leaders can come to agreement on a workable solution.