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  • Four decades ago we landed on the moon -- will we go further?

    Four decades ago we landed on the moon -- will we go further?
    Two months ago, former NASA astronaut Scott Parazynski ascended Mount Everest, carrying a lunar rock brought back by the Apollo 11 mission that landed on the moon 40 years ago tomorrow. Along the way, he endured hardships like those experienced by Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin: bulky equipment, rocky terrain and a lack of oxygen.
  • Moon missions: Deep budgetary freeze

     
    by Mark Silva With the return of the full moon comes budgetary talk that the U.S. may not be returning to the moon anytime soon. Our colleagues at the Orlando Sentinel -- Robert Block and Mark K. Matthews -- offered...

    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

    Neil Armstrong: Wrong step for Obama

     
    by Mark Silva President Barack Obama is bound for Florida on Thursday for a forum on his budgetary plans for redirecting the American space program -- away from the Moon and toward other missions. There are a lot of new...

    Nelson aims to save Ares I testing

     
    WASHINGTON — U.S. Sen. Bill Nelson of Florida had nothing but praise for President Barack Obama last week when the commander-in-chief visited Kennedy Space Center and touted a new White House plan to rely on commercial rockets to launch a new era of...