White House expected to back plan to fund private firms for NASA work

In what would represent a new chapter in the U.S. space program, the Obama administration is expected to announce in its next budget that private companies will be funded to transport NASA astronauts into space. Under the controversial initiative, firms would compete to build and operate the spacecraft. However, the White House's commitment to the program is not clear, and some resistance from Congress is expected.

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