HOUSTON – NASA’s proposed $18.5 billion budget for fiscal 2016 and its long-range vision of delivering human explorers to the Martian surface bodes especially well for the agency’s Johnson Space Center, which shoulders responsibilities for International Space Station operations as well as development of the Orion crew exploration capsule. If approved by Congress, $4.57 billion would flow to the Texas field center, nearly 25% of the proposed 2016 budget total and much more ...

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