Kerry is mum on moon and Mars Florida Today

John Kerry brought two astronauts with him to campaign at the Kennedy Space Center. He strolled among the rocket relics. And he recalled a day when those rockets were the tools a dedicated army of Americans used to do what then seemed impossible. But in the heart of a community where more than 20,000 people work on space programs, the Democrats’ candidate for president met with a roomful of voters without commenting on President Bush’s proposal to send astronauts to the moon and Mars or offering a specific vision of his own for exploring space.