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August 4, 2000 | From Associated Press
Proposed budgets for new NASA space exploration missions are rising as much as 40% in the aftermath of back-to-back Mars failures and the agency is considering canceling some projects, a key administrator said Thursday. Nothing has been canceled yet, but a review is looking at 10 to 15 big missions in development, said Ed Weiler, a NASA administrator. He flatly denied rumors that he had already cut a mission to Pluto, the only planet not yet visited by a spacecraft.
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August 4, 2000 | From Associated Press
Proposed budgets for new NASA space exploration missions are rising as much as 40% in the aftermath of back-to-back Mars failures and the agency is considering canceling some projects, a key administrator said Thursday. Nothing has been canceled yet, but a review is looking at 10 to 15 big missions in development, said Ed Weiler, a NASA administrator. He flatly denied rumors that he had already cut a mission to Pluto, the only planet not yet visited by a spacecraft.
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