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Ground crews load nitrous oxide into SpaceShipTwo in preparation for an April 12, 2013 test flight. The flight marked the first time that oxidizer flowed through SpaceShipTwo’s rocket nozzle in flight, successfully demonstrating key components of the system, key milestone in advance of SpaceShipTwo’s first rocket powered flight. Photo...

President Obama seeks steady NASA budgets of $17.7 billion through 2018 in the funding request he presented to Congress on Wednesday, enough to start the space agency on an ambitious mission to identify and maneuver an asteroid into lunar orbit, where U. S. astronauts could explore it as soon as 2021.



NASA's Curiosity Mars rover featured during 2013 inaugural parade. Photo Credit/NASA Photo

NASA rates highest in effective leadership among federal agencies, according to the recent analysis of survey data gathered by the White House Office of Personnel Management by the Partnership for Public Service, a non profit focused in improvements to government...


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