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KIAHLawmakers on Capitol Hill now have President Obama’s 2013 budget, a political plan built on more taxes for wealthier Americans, more money for infrastructure and education, and less money for things some of us in Houston like. "I'm proposing some...
Tags: Budgets and Budgeting, Space Programs, NASA
Rep. Adam Schiff today vowed to fight a quarter-billion dollars in proposed funding cuts to NASA's Mars exploration programs out of the Jet Propulsion Laboratory in La Cañada Flintridge "tooth and nail." The statement came after President Obama...
Congress has many difficult decisions in the near future. With the nation trying to reduce a $1.3 trillion debt and a struggling economy, it also has to decide the future of the space program. To soar far away from Earth and even on to Mars, NASA has...
NASA Administrator Charles Bolden is scheduled to discuss the agency’s new deep space rocket in Virginia Beach on Thursday. Appearing at an aerospace conference, Bolden will talk about the Space Launch System, a vehicle NASA hopes will send...
VIRGINIA BEACH — NASA Administrator Charles Bolden said Hampton Roads could become a leader in the emerging field of green aviation but he warned the industry won’t blossom overnight. “It is a possibility, but we’re not there yet,...
Attention Canada: NASA likes your robots. Speaking at an aviation conference Thursday in Virginia Beach, NASA Administrator Charles Bolden praised our northern neighbors for their skills in the artificial intelligence world. "Canadians are incredible at...
Tags: Space Programs, NASA
A full-size model of the James Webb Space Telescope, the tennis-court-length receiver that will be assembled in and operated from Maryland, is on display at the Inner Harbor through Oct. 26. "Webb will find the first galaxies in the universe," said...
The James Webb space telescope program, over budget and behind schedule, has a plan in place for a 2018 launch that doesn't draw too heavily on resources for other projects, NASA's administrator said Friday. "I'm spreading the costs across the agency...
CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. (AP) -- Atlantis and four astronauts thundered into orbit Friday on NASA's last space shuttle voyage, writing the final chapter in a 30-year story of dazzling triumphs, shattering tragedy and, ultimately, unfulfilled expectations....
In 1972, President Nixon gave his blessing to ramp up Apollo's successor, the Space Transportation System (STS). Two years later, work began on the first space shuttle, a test vehicle that NASA planned to christen Constitution. Those plans changed...
Now that the space shuttle program has been retired, NASA can start focusing on its primary mission: reaching out to the Muslim world. In 1961, John F. Kennedy promised that America would be the first country to land a man on the moon. It was an exciting...
Gayle Anderson was live in Exposition Park at the California Science Center as the facility prepares for fundraising and the arrival of the Space Shuttle Endeavour. NASA Administrator General Charles Bolden announced April 12, 2011 the California...
Tags: Social Media, Arts and Culture, Science, Technology, Rocketry
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