NASA unlikely to get boost in budget
How will the president's budget proposal for NASA affect Johnson Space Center? KTRK's crews rolled to the NASA Parkway as the the Houston Chronicle reported that NASA faces a flat budget instead of getting an extra $3 billion that experts say is needed to keep the International Space Station running and to develop new rockets to take humans back to the moon.
Says Brett Silcox, an associate director with the National Space Society:
"If that happens NASA may have to get out of the human spaceflight business, because the money just isn't going to be there."
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