Kicking the Architecture Issue Down the Road

Editor's note: NASA doesn't quite have its act together and has decided to delay release of its new exploration architecture and plans for the space shuttle. As such, the earliest that Congress will be briefed will be the first week in September. In addition, details on what type of shuttle-derived heavy launch vehicle NASA wants (side mount vs in-line) are once again up in the air. Stay tuned.

Editor's upate: According to attendees at the Return to the Moon Conference in Las Vegas this weekend, Chris Shank said that he was specifically cleared by Mike Griffin to say that NASA does not have enough money to implement the exploration architecture it wants to put into place - unless the private sector lends a hand.

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