Because sometimes the most important orbit is the Beltway...
Final WH decision: wait till February?
October 22, 2009 at 8:42 pm · (Filed under Congress, NASA, White House)
Shortly after the Augustine committee released its final report, Alan Ladwig of NASA spoke at the luncheon of the International Symposium for Personal and Commercial Spaceflight in New Mexico. click here for more
Greason: It's time to base U.S. space policy on the "truth"
posted by Robert Block on Oct 23, 2009 10:41:25 AM
Jeff Greason is a founder of XCOR Aerospace company,
the Personal Spaceflight Federation, and one of the most
outspoken members of the White House's Review of
United States Human Space Flight Plans Committee. click here to read more
Posted: Saturday, October 24, 2009 1:30 AM by Alan Boyle
Artwork shows NASA's Ares I rocket lofting an Orion crew vehicle toward orbit.
For every action there is an equal and opposite reaction: That law applies to rocket science, and apparently to an independent review panel's report on
NASA's rocket options as well. click here for more
Statement by Charlie Bolden
February 1, 2010
NASA Budget Press Conference
Good afternoon. I'm Charlie Bolden, and I am excited to be presenting to you the President's budget request for NASA in fiscal year 2011, my first budget as NASA Administrator. more
Remarks by Lori Garver for OSTP R & D Budget Rollout
Today I am proud to be here representing the men and women of NASA, to discuss our R & D budget for fiscal year 2011. Administrator Bolden has already provided a broad outline of our overall budget, as well as our bold, new space exploration initiative. I am pleased to be able to focus here on our R and D programs, many of them ...
Statement from Buzz Aldrin: A New Direction in Space
Today I wish to endorse strongly the President's new direction for NASA. As an Apollo astronaut, I know the importance of always pushing new frontiers as we explore space. The truth is, that we have already been to the Moon - some 40 years ago. A near-term focus on lowering the cost of access to space and on developing key, cutting-edge technologies to take us further, ...
Obama's ‘Game-changing' NASA Plan Folds Constellation, Bets Commercial
By Amy Klamper and Brian Berger
U.S. President Barack Obama. Credit: NASA Photo by Bill Ingalls
U.S. President Barack Obama. Credit: NASA Photo by Bill Ingalls Enlarge Image
WASHINGTON - Launching the future of U.S. human spaceflight on an uncertain trajectory, President Barack Obama surprised lawmakers and industry with a budget proposal that scraps NASA's Moon-bound Constellation program in its entirety and bets a chunk of the savings on ...