House Republicans got scant support Feb. 25 for the details of their going-in plan to avoid a repeat of the space-policy upset that followed President Barack Obama’s decision to kill the Constellation family of deep-space human-exploration vehicles, but won endorsement for the basic idea from a pair of NASA veterans who lived through ...

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