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Februrary 2010

Februrary 2010: Vol. 9, No. 2
President's NASA Budget Proposal Signals Big Changes
Space Foundation Reaction is Mixed: Some Good News, Some Concerns
It's not going to be business as usual. That is perhaps the only definitive thing we can say about President Obama's FY 2011 NASA proposal, released on Feb. 1. The proposal calls for completing the current Space Shuttle mission schedule even if it slips into 2011, canceling the Constellation program and scuttling plans to return to the Moon by 2020, shifting human space transport to commercial entities, extending the life of the International Space Station to carry out additional scientific research, investing in research and development with a significant emphasis on new technologies, cost reduction, and commercial partnerships, and focusing on education to prepare our workforce for further space endeavors. ...
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