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Today’s Deep Space Extra

21 Jun 2019, 15:17 UTC
Today’s Deep Space Extra
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In Today’s Deep Space Extra… Congressional auditors on Wednesday offered a harsh assessment of NASA’s efforts to develop the large rocket, crew capsule and ground systems needed to resume human deep space exploration. The National Academies urged NASA to pursue an infrared space telescope dedicated to the discovery, characterization and tracking of asteroids that could pose an impact threat to Earth. A large sample of international astronauts talk about what it means to fly in space.
Human Space ExplorationGAO blasts NASA for understating cost growth on SLS/Orion, NASA shooting backCoalition Member in the News – Boeing, Lockheed MartinSpacepolicyonline.com (6/19): The U.S. General Accountability Office (GAO), the audit arm of Congress, offered a harsh assessment of NASA’s efforts to develop the Space Launch System (SLS), Orion crew capsule and supporting ground launch systems to resume the human exploration of deep space, starting with a return to the surface of the Moon in 2024. NASA’s response focused on the challenge of developing some of the most sophisticated hardware ever assembled.
Will humans really be back on the moon by 2024? A Q&A with space expertsPolitico (6/19): The publication has turned to a collection of people with knowledge of Artemis, NASA’s strategy to ...

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