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Nature Magazine on NASA Science Priorities

By Keith Cowing
August 3, 2006

No more protection, editorial, Nature (subscription)

“It is bad enough that Earth science at NASA has already fallen victim to cuts and cancellations as has, for what its worth, astrobiology. Now an important rhetorical basis for resisting more attrition has been removed, feeding fears that a real understanding of how the climate works is not high on the administration’s agenda. Earth sciences are still well represented in NASA’s plans, but they have been symbolically set aside to further a vision that looks only outwards, never back.”

NASA threatens to axe science on space station, Nature (subscription)

“I can’t believe that they would discuss this with a straight face,” says former NASA employee Keith Cowing, who broke the story on his website, NASA Watch.”

NASA Watch founder, Explorers Club Fellow, ex-NASA, Away Teams, Journalist, Space & Astrobiology, Lapsed climber.