HOUSTON — NASA’s congressionally directed efforts to discover and track Near Earth Objects (NEOs) that could pose an impact threat to Earth and develop mitigation strategies are poorly coordinated, though organized under a single program office with increased funding, according to the agency’s inspector general. IG Paul K. Martin presented agency administrators and legislative overseers with five recommendations for reforms, each acknowledged by John Grunsfeld, associate ...

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