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How Sequestration Will Impact NASA – Full Details

littlesparkvt (2707383) writes | about a year and a half ago


littlesparkvt (2707383) writes "Charles Bolden of NASA has been very outspoken about the budget cuts to NASA, saying that it will slow scientific progress in the United States."
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Business as Usual (1)

AstroPhilosopher (2500630) | about a year and a half ago | (#43037897)

Fortunately for NASA, they haven’t sent a human past LEO in over 40 years so it’s obvious the sequester will have little to no impact on their future manned space exploration missions. Has anyone else noticed the ironic correlation of NASA complaining about budget cuts ever since they stopped sending humans beyond LEO? Well, at least they already decided to move forward with another Mars rover with zero return sample capabilities.
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