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NASA’s Garver Praises Congress for Visionary Legislation, Acknowledges the On-going Transition is Difficult for Workforce

NASA Deputy Administrator Lori Garver praised Congress on Thursday for bi-partisan passage of a three-year NASA authorization bill that sets the agency on a long term path of human deep space exploration, while also funding new orbital commercial space transportation capabilities. The Senate’s 2010 NASA authorization bill, which was passed by the House late Wednesday [...]

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Coalition Recognizes Collaboration, Commitment with Passage of NASA Authorization Bill

The Coalition for Space Exploration (Coalition) applauds the collective actions taken by the Congress and the Administration to reach a consensus on a plan for the future of NASA and the exploration of space. Last night’s passage of the 2011 NASA Authorization Act by the House of Representatives demonstrates the kind of broad, bipartisan cooperation [...]

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NASA Embarks on New Course with House Passage of Senate Authorization Bill

  Congress set a new course for human deep space exploration as well as commercial space travel late Wednesday, when the House passed the Senate version of a 2010 NASA authorization measure with strong bi-partisan support. The 304 to 118 vote came just prior to midnight in Washington and just before the House and Senate [...]

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CSExtra – Thursday, September 30, 2010

To subscribe to CSExtra via RSS feed click here. If you would prefer to receive CSExtra in e-mail format, e-mail us at Info@spacecoalition.com with the word SUBSCRIBE in the subject line. Thursday’s CSExtra offers the latest reporting on NASA’s future from Washington, where the House passed the Senate’s compromise version of a NASA authorization bill just [...]

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China Set to Launch Second Moon Orbiter

PRAGUE, Czech Republic – China is ready to embark on its second launch of an orbiter to the Moon – another step in a multi-faceted lunar exploration agenda. Chang’E-2 is now ready for departure from the Xichang Satellite Launch Center. The targeted takeoff window is October 1-3, according to Chinese media reports. After liftoff, the [...]

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