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Morring Jr., Frank
January 2013
Aviation Week & Space Technology;1/14/2013, Vol. 175 Issue 1, p16
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The article focuses on the effect of funding uncertainty on the U.S. National Aeronautics and Space Administration's (NASA) planning for human exploration of space. It mentions that Congress took time out from budget negotiations to state its continued support for NASA's plans to send astronauts beyond low Earth orbit, but the Office of Management and Budget hasn't given a response to NASA's internal budgeting proposal. It comments on Congress's disdain toward commercial-vehicle development.


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