Griffin Begins to Shrink ISS - Cutting Capability Promised For Decades

NASA proposes space station be scaled down, Japan facility intact, Kyodo News

"The U.S. space agency NASA has presented to Japan a review plan to reduce the scale of the International Space Station, now under construction, while maintaining Japan's experimental unit for the station, the Japanese science ministry announced Friday."

NASA News Conference With Mike Griffin: Exploration Systems Architecture Study (Transcript)

"Well, good question. I think I just said this was not about taking money from the science programs for human space flight and it's not. The science program has not--in our forward planning, we do not take one thin dime out of the science program in order to execute this architecture. It is about re-directing what we do in the human space flight program."

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