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[PS] Two Mars Missions Are Gutted Despite Near-Record Funding for Planetary Science



 
 
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Two Mars Missions Are Gutted Despite Near-Record Funding for Planetary
Science

Posted: 28 Feb 2020 10:40 AM PST
http://www.planetary.org/blogs/casey...y-science.html

A new budget submission from the White House would continue record-high
funding for planetary science, but proposes deep cuts to 2 productive Mars
missions and defers funding for deep space telescope dedicated to finding
hazardous near-Earth objects.

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