NASA seeks input for its 30-year exploration plan

05/7/2013 | Nature (subscription required)

A NASA advisory group is asking astronomers to submit ideas for what the space agency should focus on over the next 30 years. Already, scientists have suggested exploring ultraviolet spectroscopy of galactic gas flows to developing nanosatellite telescopes. "We obviously won't go all of those places because funding will be limited," said NASA's Paul Hertz.

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