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Adams on human spaceflight, delayed budgets, and sea versus space

29 Dec 2010, 11:47 UTC
Adams on human spaceflight, delayed budgets, and sea versus space
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More end-of-the-year odds and ends: Among the new members of Congress taking office next week is Rep.-elect Sandy Adams (R-FL), who defeated Suzanne Kosmas in November in Florida’s 24th district, which includes the Kennedy Space Center. In an op-ed in the Daytona Beach News-Journal today, Adams says she’ll seek to make human spaceflight the “core [...]

More end-of-the-year odds and ends:
Among the new members of Congress taking office next week is Rep.-elect Sandy Adams (R-FL), who defeated Suzanne Kosmas in November in Florida’s 24th district, which includes the Kennedy Space Center. In an op-ed in the Daytona Beach News-Journal today, Adams says she’ll seek to make human spaceflight the “core mission” of NASA. “I will work to educate my colleagues about the importance of restoring human space flight as the mission of NASA — not as an afterthought or something that would be ‘nice’ to do, but as the core mission of the agency,” she writes. Her concerns are based on what she perceives to be “a national security issue” (“We cannot and should not be forced to rely on the Russians and Chinese to get our astronauts into space”) but also a local jobs issue. She does not ...

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