NASA Budget News Is Still Grim

US science faces big chill, Nature

"Keith Cowing, editor of, says it is hard to see how NASA can finance the shuttle flight while juggling everything else. "It's like trying to take a large truck and do a sudden left turn," he says."

- Keep This In Mind When Ralph Hall Talks About Education and Competitiveness Priorities, earlier post
- Congress Still Funds a Cancelled Rocket, earlier post
- NASA Presses Ahead With STS-135 Preparations Despite Budget Uncertainty, earlier post

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