As the U.S. presidential sweepstakes lurch toward November, a chill is running through the global space community. Space professionals worldwide remember the upset that followed President Barack Obama’s arrival in the White House in 2009, and they are worried that history will repeat itself when President Clinton, Cruz, Kasich, Sanders or Trump takes over the Oval Office next January. That unease certainly extends into the ninth-floor offices of the NASA administrator, and other ...
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