Griffin Flip Flops on ISS Science Cuts

Making space vision a reality, BBC

"There are many different kinds of science that we do. We have not cut back the space science programmes such as New Horizons. We have, though, cut back on the human-related science to concentrate on building the space station." Once built, the ISS will be available for research, he says.

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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