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NASA's chief said Thursday, that the cost of continuing the life of the space shuttle past next year's planned retirement is $3 billion a year plus extending the risk of a deadly accident.
HOUSTON, Dec. 17 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- From Edcouch and Harlingen, Texas, to outer space, South Texas native Humberto Sanchez is helping NASA take the next steps in space exploration.
NASA administrator Michael Griffin said Tuesday that unfounded criticism of America's next-generation moon rocket is hurting the space agencies morale but hasn't stopped progress on the craft.
WASHINGTON, Oct. 16 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- NASA Advisory Council Chairman Harrison "Jack" H. Schmitt announced Thursday he was leaving the council. Fellow council member Kenneth Ford will succeed him as chairman effective immediately.
U.S. space agency Deputy Administrator Shana Dale will help kick off the agency's next "Future Forum" -- part of NASA's 50th anniversary celebration. The event, to be held next Thursday at Boston's Museum of Science, is part of a year-long series celebrating the agency's anniversary.
Democratic U.S. presidential candidate Barack Obama has laid out a space plan that includes $2 billion in new funding for NASA. Sen.
The U.S. space agency Tuesday unveiled a Web site that provides information about the impact of fires and smoke on Earth's climate and ecosystems.
The U.S. space agency says it's selected the Science Applications International Corp. to provide independent analysis and evaluation services.
By Robert Block, The Orlando Sentinel, Fla. Jun. 24--CAPE CANAVERAL About 1,000 space workers -- worried about losing their jobs when the shuttle stops flying in 2010 -- came in buses and cars and on foot Monday, carrying signs and pamphlets demanding job security and a vibrant space program.
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