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Taking a Stern Look at NASA Science, Science (subscription)

"Finding room for lunar research in NASA's $5.4 billion science budget is one of many challenges facing Alan Stern, who next month takes over the troubled program. He's a planetary scientist from the Southwest Research Institute in Boulder, Colorado, and a one-time astronaut candidate. Last week, during a meeting with the National Academies' Space Studies Board, Stern pledged to wring more science out of a flat budget and find ways to ease controversial cuts to university grants."

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