Senate Bill Would Push NASA Plans Through Presidential Transition

Credit: JWST: NASA
The Senate committee that authorizes NASA spending adopted bipartisan language on Sept. 21 that would require the next president to maintain the status quo on major NASA exploration programs, at least initially. The measure, passed by the same panel that spearheaded the so-called “compromise of 2010...

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