14 Total Quotes

Scott Horowitz Quotes

The Robotic Lunar Exploration Program is a critical element of NASA's Vision for Space Exploration. Data collected will help determine where we go, and what we find during our first human missions to the lunar surface.
Scott Horowitz
#Exploration

Thinking about the politics…the timing…we need to fly this thing soon. If we want to fly something before this Presidential term is out, we have about two years to build this. Actually, we're starting to get schedule crunched.
Scott Horowitz
#Politics

This signifies a new era in space transportation with a greater role for commercial space providers. We look forward to being able to purchase services for routine access to space, as NASA explores the moon, Mars, and beyond.
Scott Horowitz
#Space

Offering these prizes allows us to engage a lot of people we may not otherwise reach to solve technical problems that will help enable us to achieve the Vision for Space Exploration.
Scott Horowitz
#People

The first step to Mars and beyond is getting back to the Moon.
Scott Horowitz
#Moon

The goal is four people at up to 7 days a shot.
Scott Horowitz
#People

We know that there's hydrogen there?but there is a huge debate as to what that hydrogen is locked up with. If there is water there, that's a big deal?a huge impact on how we do exploration.
Scott Horowitz
#Debate

In my mind, I kind of relate back to here on Earth?going to Antarctica.
Scott Horowitz
#Earth

The Apollo program was very goal-driven. Get people to the moon. Get them back safely. Mission done. The big difference with the (new) exploration vision is that the moon is not the goal. The moon is a steppingstone.
Scott Horowitz
#Moon

I think aggressively touching the moon is an understatement. What this mission buys is an early attempt to know what some of the resources we're going to have ... we know for sure that for human exploration to succeed we're going to have to essentially live off the land.
Scott Horowitz
#Moon

I think aggressively touching the Moon is an understatement.
Scott Horowitz
#Moon

We know for sure that for human exploration to succeed, we're going to have to learn to live off the land.
Scott Horowitz
#Exploration

The guess is it's going to be tied up in some mud or dirt or something. So you're going to have to have some process [to extract it]. If you could just distill the water out, of course, you could drink it. But it's all an integrated problem.
Scott Horowitz
#Dirt

This is going to be an example of how we're going to do a lot of missions in future years at NASA.
Scott Horowitz
#Example