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Debating the NASA Budget

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Debating the NASA Budget

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How should NASA spend its $16 billion-plus budget? Fixing the Hubble space telescope? Sending astronauts to the moon? House Science Committee Chairman Sherwood Boehlert (R-NY) talks about NASA's spending plan.

Guests:

Sherwood Boehlert Representative, New York, 24th District Chairman, House Science Committee

Steve Isakowitz, deputy associate administrator for exploration. Former NASA comptroller.

Kevin Marvel, deputy executive officer, American Astronomical Society in Washington, D.C.

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