The White House asked Congress to boost its $21 billion fiscal 2020 NASA  budget request by $1.6 billion late May 13 as a down-payment on President Donald Trump’s directive that the space agency accelerate from 2028 to 2024 its return to the Moon with astronauts. The additional $1.6 billion matches the agency’s request from the White House Office of Management and Budget and will not require a decrease in funding from the agency’s other major pursuits, including ...

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