There seems to be little hope of better defining U.S. space policy, given the current underfunded NASA vision of human expeditions to Mars and its ambitions to turn responsibility for low Earth orbit transportation over to commercial providers, according to members of an expert panel hosted by Rice University’s Baker Institute for Public Policy. Policymakers, some with ties to previous Republican as well as Democratic administrations, suggested that the nation’s space objectives must be ...
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