Now that space is becoming part of the national dialog, and American families are discussing the final frontier around the dinner table, the Pentagon is requesting its largest budget for space in recent history, $14.1 billion, to establish a new military service and an agency to focus on a future architecture and modernize a generation of spacecraft. Pentagon officials have discussed the importance of space before, but the climate is different now. For the first time, a president has called ...

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