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Thousands of useless NASA domains to drop as Obama cuts Constellation program

For those of you who thought that the return of Americans to the Moon by 2020 was on track, think again.

Despite the billions of dollars spent on the Constallation program since 2005, the budget cuts of the current administration render the much anticipated return to the Moon’s surface by 2020 a science fiction plot only.

In today’s budget presentation, president Obama called the Constellation program as being “over budget, behind schedule and lacking innovation.”

Meanwhile hundreds of domain names registered since 2005 by space enthusiasts and domain speculators alike, are to become worthless and obsolete overnight.

ConstellationProgram.com, BackToTheMoon.com and similar domains are being placed on eBay as we speak, along with other NASA memorabilia, such as debris from the two space shuttles that crashed and t-shirts that read “Teachers do it better in space”.

This was yet another in a disappointing series of budget cuts by president Obama, who gave away billions of dollars in government aid to banks and other financial institutions, only to tear down the moon-colonizing dreams of many domainers around the world.


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4 Responses to “Thousands of useless NASA domains to drop as Obama cuts Constellation program”
  1. John says:

    Lots of speculators each time a government program is announced. This will cause the opposite when people will drop their useless domains.

  2. It is not over unit it is over.

    The US Government / NASA is not the Only one with Big dreams.

    Other worldwide PRIVATE Company’s are working on Going into the Universe as well.

    So if U have a great “space” domain name hold on to it – U will profit 4 sure.

  3. Lucius "Guns" Fabrice says:

    Damir, you’re right. But should we go back to the moon or what…?

  4. BullS says:

    The Russians will buy them as we are paying big bucks now to them to air-ship the honey buckets.

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