NASA: ‘Modest’ Budget Increase Could Put Humans On Mars In 20 Years

NASA has developed an approach its senior technical managers say can land humans on Mars in 20 years, with only a “modest” increase in its budget. Administrator Charles Bolden told the annual Humans 2 Mars (H2M) conference April 22 that while NASA “will not get 4% of the federal budget,” as it did...

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