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Future of NASA: Space Policy Issues Facing Congress
Future of NASA: Space Policy Issues Facing Congres

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By Daniel Morgan (au)
Year: 2010
Pages: 36
Binding Paperback

Product Code: 143792817X

Contents: (I) Introduction and Legislative Context; (II) What Is the Nat. Aeronautics and Space Admin. (NASA) For?; (III) What Should NASA Do?: Human Spaceflight: The Vision for Space Exploration; Current Program to Implement the Vision; Cost and Schedule; Why the Moon?; “The Gap” and Utilization of the Space Station; Human Spaceflight: The Augustine Comm.; Options Identified by the Augustine Comm.; Questions for Congressional Policy Makers to Consider; Science; Aeronautics; Education; Balancing Competing Priorities; (IV) Space Shuttle Program: Why the Shuttle Program Is Ending; Possible Extension of the Shuttle Program; Transition of Shuttle Workforce and Facilities; (V) Internat. Space Station (ISS): ISS Service Life Extension; Post-Shuttle Access to the ISS; (VI) Future Access to Space: Orion and Ares; Government Alternatives to Ares V; Commercial Services as an Alternative to Ares I; Safety; Other Issues; (VII) Destinations for Human Exploration; (VIII) Alternatives to Human Exploration; Robotic Exploration; Emphasize Tech. Devt.; (IX) Other Space Policy Issues; NASA Acquisition and Financial Mgt.; U.S. Space Policy Governance; U.S. National Security Space Programs; NASA’s Relationship with NOAA; The U.S. Commercial Space Industry; (X) Legislation in the 111th Congress; (XI) Summary of Major Issues for Congress. Figure.

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