Stop-Start NASA Funding Seen Slowing Deep-Space Development

The $1.1 trillion omnibus spending bill designed to keep the U.S. government open for the remainder of fiscal 2015 includes $18.010 billion for NASA, $548 million more than the agency requested. That is generally good news for advocates of the U.S. space program, but Republicans and Democrats alike...

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