A “discussion draft” of a two-year NASA reauthorization bill drew fire in its originating congressional committee June 19, with Democrats complaining about cuts in Earth Science funding, one Republican leader promising to vote again the bill unless funds are added to a project under way in his district, and two witnesses warning that NASA may have to choose between the International Space Station and human exploration beyond low Earth orbit. “With the current budget, I would probably say ...
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