Saturday, May 26, 2007
NASA is going to MOON again!!!
DALLAS, Texas - NASA's road back to the Moon and onward to Mars is not only technologically challenging but it may also be a proposition that could fall short due to lack of needed funding.
As kick-started by President George Bush in January 2004, NASA's vision of extending the human touch beyond low Earth orbit is being subjected to lack of both White House and Congressional budget support.
That's the view from Congressman Nick Lampson of Texas' 22nd Congressional District that represents NASA's Johhnson Space Center in Houston, Texas.
"The budgets are not there. We're seeing a business as usual approach that is not going to deliver the robust and broad-based exploration program laid out in the vision for space exploration," Lampson said today at the National Space Society's 26th Annual International Space Development Conference being held here May 25-28.
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