Republican leaders of the House Science Committee are warning NASA that its “lack of cooperation” in answering lawmakers’ questions “could lead to the unnecessary delay of major NASA programs.” In an Oct. 21 letter to Administrator Charles Bolden, Reps. Lamar Smith (R-Texas) and Steve Palazzo (R-Miss.), chairmen of the full panel and its space subcommittee, respectively, complain their staffs have been rebuffed in requests for more information about NASA’s ...

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