Efforts by NASA to dispose of costly, underutilized infrastructure are being slowed by uncertainty over its arching mission, external political pressure and inadequate funding, according to the agency’s inspector general (IG). NASA’s leadership is making headway on the long-standing issue that has been exacerbated by the space shuttle’s retirement, the initiation and rapid termination of the previous administration’s Constellation program and the tentative nature of future exploration ...
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