NASA budget shifts priorities toward moon and Mars

02/4/2004 | Aviation Now · Plain Dealer (Cleveland), The

NASA yesterday outlined its budgetary priorities, which reflect President Bush's new plans for the space program. Over the next five years, the agency plans to move about $11 billion among its programs to support lunar and Mars exploration.

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