NASA's Cost Cutting Poses Risks

NPR's Richard Harris reports that the National Aeronautics and Space Administration is coming under criticism for taking its cost-cutting measures too far. New studies suggest that NASA's cost cutting strategy has created serious risks in the space shuttle program and contributed to the failure of at least one unmanned mission to Mars.

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