HOUSTON—The numbers are notional, but a second wave of NASA budget details presented Feb. 14 reveals how the space agency envisions the nearly $19.9 billion in federal funding proposed for fiscal year 2019 would be distributed. The details emerge as NASA pursues efforts to transition its human exploration focus from low Earth orbit to deep space, while nurturing a commercial space economy and canceling some Earth science projects as well as WFIRST, a major astrophysics ...


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