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Orion Space Mission

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  • Is NASA violating the law by killing moon program?

     
    WASHINGTON – Sixteen lawmakers have called on federal watchdogs to investigate whether NASA has broken the law in trying to shut down the agency’s moon rocket program. The legislators, who include U.S. Reps. Suzanne Kosmas, D-New Smyrna Beach, an...
  • Lawmakers want another NASA study

     
    WASHINGTON — More than a dozen U.S. House members today called on the White House to abandon its plans to cancel NASA’s Constellation moon rocket program and urged the agency to study ways it could continue developing its own spaceflight vehicles....
  • Shelby named ‘porker’ for protecting NASA moon program

     
    WASHINGTON — A spending watchdog group today named U.S. Sen. Richard Shelby of Alabama as its “porker of the month” for supporting NASA’s Constellation program, which has cost taxpayers at least $9 billion so far but has little chanc...
  • Lt. Gov wants Obama to debate; space summit venue hunt is on

     
    Florida’s Lt. Governor Jeff Kottkamp wants President Barrack Obama to debate the merits of his dramatic shakeup of NASA — not merely try to sell it — when he comes to Florida for his Space Summit next month. “This is not the time for...
  • NASA Contractors: abandoning the Constellation moon prorgam?

     
    EDITOR'S NOTE: Updates w/ Boeing comment. RB. While over President Barack Obama's plans to cancel NASA's Constellation moon program, some of the agency's main aerospace contractors appear to be abandoning the troubled rocket proje...
  • Letter: Commercial rockets are ‘fundamental’ to space exploration

     
    WASHINGTON — The war of words over President Barack Obama’s new plan for NASA continued this week when more than 50 ex-astronauts, aerospace businessmen and scientists signed a letter supporting his proposal to replace the space shuttle with...
  • Yardney Technical Of Stonington Enters Deal To Make Batteries For Electric Cars

    Yardney Technical Products Inc. of Stonington said Monday that it has entered a joint venture with California-based Coda Automotive to produce lithium-ion batteries for Coda's upcoming all-electric car. The joint venture, Coda Battery Systems LLC, has...
  • Atlantis blasts off in flawless launch -- NASAs future: Not as flawless

    Atlantis blasts off in flawless launch -- NASA’s future: Not as flawless
    Space shuttle Atlantis roared into orbit at 2:28 pm on Monday, arching through light clouds to begin an 11-day mission to the International Space Station and bringing the 28-year-old shuttle program one step closer to retirement. The successful liftoff –...