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NASA Releases Detailed FY 2019 Budget Information Minus Some Details

14 Feb 2018, 22:24 UTC
NASA Releases Detailed FY 2019 Budget Information Minus Some Details
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#NASA released @NASA FY 2019 Budget Estimates document - but it has lots of empty pages that say "insert text" #stateofNASAhttps://t.co/EdHTV8Lujj pic.twitter.com/uFXQiM3O35— NASA Watch (@NASAWatch) February 14, 2018

NASA FY 2019 Budget Estimates, NASA

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"... NASA will continue its existing operations and further expand partnerships on the ISS. Direct federal support for ISS will end in 2025, though industry could potentially continue to operate certain elements or capabilities. NASA will expand international and commercial partnerships over the next seven years in order to ensure continued human access to and presence in low Earth orbit."

"... The Moon is a stepping-stone, a training ground, and a venue to strengthen our commercial and international partnerships. As the nation turns its attention back toward our nearest celestial neighbor, we will renew our exploration of Earth's natural satellite.

"... NASA will establish a Lunar Orbital Platform-Gateway in cislunar space, to include a power and propulsion element by 2022, and habitation, airlock, and the required logistics capabilities soon after. NASA will use this infrastructure as part of a broader strategy to explore and utilize the Moon and its surface.

"... SMD will partner with industry to send robotic lunar missions to further explore and ...

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