The House Science Committee has introduced a five-year NASA authorization bill that incorporates most of the elements of the authorization already moving through the Senate, suggesting for the first time that a compromise version of President Barack Obama’s proposed space policy could be enacted and funded during this fiscal year. Members of the House panel will mark up the bill on July 22, while the Senate Appropriations subcommittee that funds NASA has scheduled a markup of its ...
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