Politics & Government

September 3, 2009

Money woes likely to hobble NASA's planned moon mission

NASA, with its history of landing men on the moon and producing Mars rovers that last far longer than they were designed to, helped cement America's reputation as the world's technological leader. But a series of money woes threaten its hopes of remaining the globe's leader in space exploration. There's not enough money for a new moon landing and science missions are running way over budget.

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