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NASA Program in the 1990s and Beyond
In the late 1980s the U.S. space program stood at

 
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By David H. Moore (au); Everett M. Ehrlich (ed); James L. Blum (pf)
Year: 1988
Pages: 85
Binding Paperback

Product Code: 143790260X

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In the late 1980s the U.S. space program stood at a crossroads. The momentum of the NASA program over the previous two decades brought NASA to a point where new activities would require substantial increases in the agency’s budget. Critics of the NASA program called for even more ambitious goals, most prominently an expansion of manned space flight to the Moon or Mars. This study examines the options for the U.S. space program in the 1990s. Contents: NASA’s Recent Program and Budget History; Characteristics of the NASA Core Program (CP); The NASA CP in the 1990s; Alternatives to the CP; Evaluating Civilian Space Policy Options; Increasing the Effectiveness of NASA’s Spending; and Sources of Estimates for the CP. Illus.

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