NASA bosses will scour the agency for funding to cover JWST shortfall
Managers across NASA face more uncertainty as the agency scrambles to find at least $1.5 billion to finish the James Webb Space Telescope (JWST) while even the telescope’s most powerful sponsor in Congress is calling for “frugality” on the project. The No. 3 manager at the agency concedes nothing will be off-limits as NASA and the White House Office of Management and Budget look for funds to cover a projected shortfall of at least $1.5 billion before the JWST can be launched on a ...
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