A presidential panel charged with assessing the future of U.S. manned space flight presents five options to the White House, but says none is viable without significant new funding.
Getting an alligator to sit still for a CT scan is a challenge, especially when you know he can't be sedated.
Final review submitted to White House Thursday presents five post-shuttle options, concludes NASA's planned shuttle replacement will cost too much and take too long.
A presidential panel says NASA's current budget is not nearly sufficient for the agency's plans to return to the moon by the early 2020s.
In an address to the National Press Club, Energy Secretary Steven Chu argues that federal R&D in energy needs to be sustained once stimulus dollars run out so the U.S. can stay competitive in the world economy.
New NASA Administrator Charles Bolden is optimistic ongoing reviews of U.S. manned space flight policy will not extend the gap between the shuttle's retirement and its replacement.
NASA's embattled Constellation moon program, thought by many to be on life support in the face of ongoing budget cuts, is technically feasible and "soundly" managed, a key panel says.
Despite the threat of cuts to current energy research programs, Gates, in an editorial, says the U.S. should increase annual R&D from $5 billion a year to $16 billion for economic, national security, and environmental reasons.
Reeling from more than $3 billion in projected budget cuts through 2013, engineers working to built a post-shuttle rocket system are bracing for a critical outside assessment.
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