CAPE CANAVERAL—The Trump administration’s plan to cut off direct U.S. funding for the International Space Station (ISS) in 2025 drew a sharp, bipartisan rebuke May 16 from leaders of a Senate oversight committee who questioned whether any viable commercial options for hosting critical NASA research in low Earth orbit (LEO) would even exist by that ...

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