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Old May 17th 08, 01:58 PM posted to sci.space.policy,sci.space.history,sci.space.shuttle,sci.space.station
kT
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Default House wants to "internationalize" NASA

On May 17, 7:46 am, Cosmic Ray wrote:
Members of the House Science and Technology Committee may radically
reshape NASA's priorities with the new FY 2009 federal budget, The
bill would require NASA to seek international help in completing the
International Space Station, place far more emphasis on Earth
sciences, particularly with regard to "climate change," and found
further exploration, beyond low Earth orbit, on future international
agreements.


In other words, the Russians, Europeans, Chinese and Indians, who
unlike America, have a rational approach to the development of space.

Rep. Mark Udall (D-CO), chairman of the Science and Technology
Subcommittee on Space and Aeronautics has introduced House Bill 6063,
the "NASA Authorization Act of 2008" persuading bipartisan co-sponsors
in veteran Republican Ralph Hall (R-TX) and the full committee
chairman Rep. Bart Gordon (D-TN).

Mark-up of NASA's reauthorization for FY 2009 was set to continue May
20, but it remains unclear how radical a change in national policy
Udall's bill represents.


Ares I is a radical shift in a 50 year old rocketry paradigm. It's a
failure.

Negotiations were underway to enable NASA to keep its schedule to
retire the Space Shuttle in late 2010, complete the International
Space Station and continue design and testing already well-underway of
Orion, the first manned component of the Constellation program, and
the Ares I booster, currently scheduled to fly no sooner than 2015.


Ah ahha hahahahhaha hahahah ahha hhahah ... get a grip, man.

It is also not clear whether Congress intends for NASA to keep a 2020
appointment to begin construction of a permanent manned lunar base
near the moon's south pole.


Ha hahah ahhaha hahahahha ahhahahah ... get a grip, man.

In recent days, NASA reportedly scrapped yet another recommendation by
Vision planners, a problematic dry landing system for the Orion crew
module, saving time and funding overcoming thorny engineering problems
and 500 kilograms of vehicle weight, enabling NASA, planners agreed,
to keep its long-term time line.


The next administration is going to scrap VSE, ESAS, Ares and
Constellation completely, Udall is testing the temperature of the
water.
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Old May 17th 08, 05:14 PM posted to sci.space.policy,sci.space.history,sci.space.shuttle,sci.space.station
BradGuth
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Default House wants to "internationalize" NASA

On May 17, 5:58 am, kT wrote:
On May 17, 7:46 am, Cosmic Ray wrote:

Members of the House Science and Technology Committee may radically
reshape NASA's priorities with the new FY 2009 federal budget, The
bill would require NASA to seek international help in completing the
International Space Station, place far more emphasis on Earth
sciences, particularly with regard to "climate change," and found
further exploration, beyond low Earth orbit, on future international
agreements.


In other words, the Russians, Europeans, Chinese and Indians, who
unlike America, have a rational approach to the development of space.

Rep. Mark Udall (D-CO), chairman of the Science and Technology
Subcommittee on Space and Aeronautics has introduced House Bill 6063,
the "NASA Authorization Act of 2008" persuading bipartisan co-sponsors
in veteran Republican Ralph Hall (R-TX) and the full committee
chairman Rep. Bart Gordon (D-TN).


Mark-up of NASA's reauthorization for FY 2009 was set to continue May
20, but it remains unclear how radical a change in national policy
Udall's bill represents.


Ares I is a radical shift in a 50 year old rocketry paradigm. It's a
failure.

Negotiations were underway to enable NASA to keep its schedule to
retire the Space Shuttle in late 2010, complete the International
Space Station and continue design and testing already well-underway of
Orion, the first manned component of the Constellation program, and
the Ares I booster, currently scheduled to fly no sooner than 2015.


Ah ahha hahahahhaha hahahah ahha hhahah ... get a grip, man.

It is also not clear whether Congress intends for NASA to keep a 2020
appointment to begin construction of a permanent manned lunar base
near the moon's south pole.


Ha hahah ahhaha hahahahha ahhahahah ... get a grip, man.

In recent days, NASA reportedly scrapped yet another recommendation by
Vision planners, a problematic dry landing system for the Orion crew
module, saving time and funding overcoming thorny engineering problems
and 500 kilograms of vehicle weight, enabling NASA, planners agreed,
to keep its long-term time line.


The next administration is going to scrap VSE, ESAS, Ares and
Constellation completely, Udall is testing the temperature of the
water.


Our NASA is based almost entirely upon lies, starting off with their
DARPA Apollo fiasco of lies upon lies (just like in their good old
Third Reich days).

BTW, there is intelligent other life existing/coexisting on Venus.
.. - Brad Guth
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Old May 18th 08, 06:04 AM posted to sci.space.history
bol
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Default House wants to "internationalize" NASA

BradGuth wrote in news:

On May 17, 5:58 am, kT wrote:


In other words, the Russians, Europeans, Chinese and Indians, who
unlike America, have a rational approach to the development of space.


Our NASA is based almost entirely upon lies, starting off with their
DARPA Apollo fiasco of lies upon lies (just like in their good old
Third Reich days).

BTW, there is intelligent other life existing/coexisting on Venus.


Not with 900-degree surface temperatures there's not.
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Old May 19th 08, 03:11 AM posted to sci.space.history
eyeball
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Default House wants to "internationalize" NASA

On May 18, 12:04 am, bol [email protected] wrote:
BradGuth wrote in news:

On May 17, 5:58 am, kT wrote:
In other words, the Russians, Europeans, Chinese and Indians, who
unlike America, have a rational approach to the development of space.

Our NASA is based almost entirely upon lies, starting off with their
DARPA Apollo fiasco of lies upon lies (just like in their good old
Third Reich days).


BTW, there is intelligent other life existing/coexisting on Venus.


Not with 900-degree surface temperatures there's not.


On the Venusian exchange, Asbestos stocks are HOT!
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