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ATLANTA (CNN) -- A new telescope will give astronomers their most detailed view ever of the universe, enabling them to see back in time almost to the "Big Bang." (Full story)

Which areas of space exploration would you like to see prioritized?

I think that by utilizing robots in space, in such a challenging environment, we can better understand and modify our robotic technologies for use on earth. Once we understand more about how robots work under different environments we can begin to use them for more varied tasks. Not to mention, the use of robots in space would risk less lives and also maybe complete tasks in space exploration and research that would be too difficult for a human.
Jennifer, Houston, TX (Aug. 30)

And still more and more fainter objects to be seen: We have bad seats and have no clue as to what show we are watching, yet we want to conclude beginnings and ends -What farce-science!!!!
Glen, South Africa (Aug. 30)

This technology will help us to find other worlds that one day our future will live on. The universe is alive. This is an incredible time in our lives with possibilities almost limitless.
Anne Pemberton, NASA (Aug. 25)

I agree with the people who say that some kind of colonization effort would be a good idea, in case something really bad happens on Earth.
John Dziak, State College, PA (Aug. 25)

Why give Pluto the boot when we know little about it?
Jim, Kent, OH (Aug. 25)

I think a moon base should be first then a manned expedition to Mars and a base set up there. That's how I would prioritize space exploration. Further [missions] out into space can be conducted when the bases are secure and running self sufficiently.
David John Wilson, Edinburgh, UK (Aug. 25)

Yes, I wish and agree this big bang space. Very good idea and invention. I think it is a test if work or not the back in the future. Because of the kind of equipments items on the big bang space and not easy. Try it work the best. Good luck on Chile, South America.
Laura E. Brown, No. Bergen, New Jersey (Aug. 25)

This project will be a great help for Astronomers now, the site they chose in Chile to place it will do it perfect.
Blondy Pierre, Florida (Aug. 25)

I think it's interesting to learn new things about our home and the solar system, but we need to stop playing God here and let nature go its course.
April Shaw, Phoenix, AZ (Aug. 25)

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