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[i]"It takes the risky part of the mission away from the human spaceflight part, which is excellent," she said. "It allows you to do that in a way that is very innovative. And we think it's really part of what NASA was set up to do. We absolutely believe that overall, to the asteroid community, that this is of benefit."[/i]
[i]"It turns out we do risky things at NASA," Garver responded. “Do we do these things because they're easy? We do not. And, of course, we recognize a lot of challenges."[/i]
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