NASA Deep-Space Program Gaining Focus

Credit: NASA Marshall Space Flight Center
In an election year, with a “fiscal cliff” looming that could whack NASA's budget by $1.7 billion, U.S. space officials are not eager to declare a new destination in space for human crews just yet. But once the post-election dust clears, and Congress decides how to handle the funding-sequestration...

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