HOUSTON — The impasse in Washington over the future of the nation’s human space exploration strategy and budget is becoming a worrisome “morale issue” at Johnson Space Center, which serves as the agency’s lead installation for the Constellation, space shuttle and International Space Station programs, Center Director Mike Coats told members of the NASA Advisory Council (NAC) last week. In blunt terms, Coats warned the NAC’s eight-member Space Operations Committee that the situation may ...
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