NASA must cut science to pay for space flights, Griffin says

04/26/2006 | · Denver Post, The

NASA must sacrifice some space science to pay for the ability to send humans into space, NASA Administrator Michael D. Griffin said. The new spaceship, the Crew Exploration Vehicle, should be ready by 2014, but NASA is looking for ways to speed its development.

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